Book / Reports

Welcome to the book section of the WORLD MEDIATION ORGANIZATION. Here, several book projects will be displayed and properly announced. Feel free to order your personal copy by following the indicated links:


Comprehensive Mediation:

The education and execution of mediation is generally governed by professional regional and national associations that tend to promote mediation as a strict stage model. More often than not, these associations rely on non-academic trainings and re-certification processes, which tend to bind their graduates. In this system, mediators must remain affiliated and are attached to the corresponding educational philosophy. Consequently, recently trained mediators as well as long-term members may not benefit from the academic and professional freedom that may lead them to reflect on the original meaning and the roots of mediation, which would lead them to undergo a different kind of personal professional development process. In order to regulate this circumstance, this academic work presents a path to an ideal interdisciplinary study course, as well as a way to personally improve, and to optimize professional skills. This document enables the reader to properly discover the art of individually practiced mediation, and how to identify dispute resolving skills within the proper personality. Buy this book here …


Conflict Reports from the WMO Database: These reports deal with local conflicts and corresponding background information that is usually not shared with general public. This content shall offer an analysis of current conflict resolution trends, challenges and transformations by sharing experiences and insights delivered by peer experts, and their processes, in myriad countries.

01) The Kenya 2008 – 2009 Post-Election Conflict – Fraciah Njeri Ngamau: Click …

02) The Complexity of Conflicts in Bangladesh – M.S. Siddiqui: Click …

03) Voice of Social Media: 1999 – 2015 – Bruce L. Cook: Click …

04) Mediation – Business Tool To Prevent Workplace Harassment – Elena Baixauli: Click …

05) Creating a fortress for progenies of armed conflict – Unyime F. Morgan: Click …

06) The leaking bottom – the hidden costs of human conflict – Yvette Durazo: Click …

07) Mediating business disputes – MS Siddiqui: Click …

08) Problem of violence in favelas of Rio de Janeiro – Marina Khamitsevich: Click …

09) Mediation and Gangs – Is this possible? (Trinidad / Tobago) – Hedy Tenia: Click …

10) Prevención de la violencia en la escuela – Elena Baixauli Gallego: Click …

11) Cyprus: the UN Role in Mediation + Conflict Negotiation – Anatolii Maliuska: Click …

12) Cyprus Issue: Background to Conflict – Anatolii Maliuska: Click …

13) The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict, now unfreezing? – Marina Khamitsevich: Click …

14) Kashmir Conflict: The Role of Mediation and International Law in Dispute Resolution – Dushyant Kishan Kaul: Click …

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