Mediation is a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). It is a method of resolving disputes between two or more parties as the preferred alternative to litigating the matter in a court of law. A mediator is a 3rd party who helps or facilitates other parties to reach an agreement. There are many benefits to mediation, which may be summarised as follows: -
We support environmental sustainability in numerous ways.
We try to help and share our experience with other N.G.O.'s together with concerned citizens and organisations.
We have developed and maintain a large database of precedents together with extensive records of developments on a wide variety of areas and are skilled in drafting submissions and will advise on what other specialists might be required to strengthen a given submission. As well as offering our experience in a consultancy capacity, we can also take out a practicing certificate in either jurisdiction at any time, should a task merit that.
Our work typically encompasses the following: -
The principle tenant of policy objectives going forward must be driven by sustainability. All stakeholders will need to be included in order to foster democratic debate and obtain sufficient support for policies. This will included political, economic, sectoral and the public at large. A robust decision matrix will need to be considered.
Significant reform is required in the planning sector. Here are just some points from a list of over 40 separate areas in need of reform.
Human Rights are generally accepted as being inalienable fundamental rights that a person is born with and seek to afford a person dignity and equality and forms the bases for freedom, justice and peace. The concept gathered pace after the Second World War, culminating in the declaration adopted by the United General Assembly on 10th December 1948 at Palais de Chaillot, Paris.