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After the dissemination of the Questionnaires in Civil and Family Mediation, e-MEDI@TE Project, through its Research Units, presents the e-MEDI@TE QUESTIONNAIRES’ FINAL REPORTS

These papers represent a final research developed on the basis of data collected through e-MEDI@TE Questionnaires. This empirical research on mediation has been produced as a part of the whole research which is being developed in the project. All reports are available to view and download using the links below:

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Final Report on e-MEDI@TE Questionnaires
Research developed by University of Palermo

   

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Final Report on e-MEDI@TE Questionnaires
Research developed by CRESM

   

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Final Report on e-MEDI@TE Questionnaires
Research developed by University of Pireaus

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Final Report on e-MEDI@TE Questionnaires
Research developed by University of Cyprus

 

 

 

 

 

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Summary Results Report on e-MEDI@TE Questionnaires
Research developed by University of Cyprus

 

 

Additionally, Preliminary Research Papers produced by the Project' Research Units can be downloaded on: http://www.emediate-justice.eu/index.php/project/public-research-documentation

 

Public participation - Family mediation

wellcome letterThe e-Medi@te project plans to create a training model for professionals and individuals who are interested in mediation across the EU, in order to ease the use of mediation in the EU countries and to reinforce European mediators’ skills on mediation techniques, e-Justice tools, and cross-cultural and linguistic communication. Moreover, the project aims (i) to verify whether there are common standards for mediation within the EU; (ii) to facilitate the cooperation and sharing of know-how in the field of mediation and ADRs among European legal professionals; (iii) to create a genuine European area of “soft law” in civil (especially family) and commercial matters where ADRs are a considerable instrument for preventing disputes.

Through the teaching experience, the project aims to encourage the development of long-lasting networks of specialists on mediation, and create a strong basis for cooperation on future projects dealing with mediation and ADRs. The staff involved in the project is now preparing the first cycle of lessons on both family mediation and civil and commercial one.

The project is being collected data on the state-of-the-art of mediation, both Civil and Family mediation, across EU countries. To this purpose, there has just finished drafting the questionnaires on FAMILY mediation. We encourage you to participate!

 

Questionnaire for Mediators

 

 

Questionnaire for Non Mediators

As proffesional mediator, you could help us! Please,

1.- Download the questionnaire and answer it!
2.- Send it back to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Also, if you have the opportunity, please ask
your contacts to answer to it too.

 

As non proffesonal mediator, you could help us! Please,

1.- Download the questionnaire and answer it!
2.- Send it back to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Also, if you have the opportunity, please ask
your contacts to answer to it too. Please, note that this questionnaire is directed to whomever - lawyers, judges, and mediation´s actual and potencial final users - do not directly practice mediation but have, or may have a conection with it.

 

 

¡¡Your help would be invaluable to our research, thank you for your cooperation!! 

 

 

Public participation - Civil mediation

wellcome letterThe e-Medi@te project plans to create a training model for professionals and individuals who are interested in mediation across the EU, in order to ease the use of mediation in the EU countries and to reinforce European mediators’ skills on mediation techniques, e-Justice tools, and cross-cultural and linguistic communication. Moreover, the project aims (i) to verify whether there are common standards for mediation within the EU; (ii) to facilitate the cooperation and sharing of know-how in the field of mediation and ADRs among European legal professionals; (iii) to create a genuine European area of “soft law” in civil (especially family) and commercial matters where ADRs are a considerable instrument for preventing disputes.

Through the teaching experience, the project aims to encourage the development of long-lasting networks of specialists on mediation, and create a strong basis for cooperation on future projects dealing with mediation and ADRs. The staff involved in the project is now preparing the first cycle of lessons on both family mediation and civil and commercial one.

The project is being collected data on the state-of-the-art of mediation, both Civil and Family mediation, across EU countries. To this purpose, there has just finished drafting the questionnaires on CIVIL mediation. We encourage you to participate!

 

Questionnaire for Mediators

 

 

Questionnaire for Non Mediators

As proffesional mediator, you could help us! Please,

1.- Download the questionnaire and answer it!
2.- Send it back to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Also, if you have the opportunity, please ask
your contacts to answer to it too.

 

As non proffesonal mediator, you could help us! Please,

1.- Download the questionnaire and answer it!
2.- Send it back to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Also, if you have the opportunity, please ask
your contacts to answer to it too. Please, note that this questionnaire is directed to whomever - lawyers, judges, and mediation´s actual and potencial final users - do not directly practice mediation but have, or may have a conection with it.

 

 

¡¡Your help would be invaluable to our research, thank you for your cooperation!!