The State of Community Mediation 2011
National Association for Community Mediation (NAFCM), 2011
40 Pages Posted: 28 Mar 2012
Date Written: March 12, 2012
The State of Community Mediation 2011 is a wide-ranging assessment of the state of the field from the National Association for Community Mediation. This report represents the most comprehensive review of the U.S. community mediation field as has been completed in nearly a decade. It aggregates and analyzes the detailed reports from over one hundred community dispute resolution organizations from nearly every state; exploring topics such as program structure, funding, operations, and impact. You are invited to review and engage the material contained within. This site will allow you to read and download the Report; discuss its contents with colleagues around the world and throughout the field; contribute case and service type examples from your program; share this Report with others; support NAFCM's future research as an important member or valued donor; and provide feedback to the Report authors. We hope you find The State of Community Mediation 2011 an insightful, inspiring, and useful report in your own advocacy for and advancement of our shared field.
Keywords: community mediation, community dispute resolution, mediation, alternative dispute resolution, adr volunteer mediator
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