Hamburg 2014, 404 Seiten
Alternative Dispute Resolution, European Union, Family Law, German Law, Latvian Law, Mediation, Mediationsrichtlinie, Place of Mediation, Restorative Justice, South African Law, Traditional Courts, Transitional Justice
Mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) are universal.
This book focuses on the status quo of mediation in a general sense in selected Member States of the European Union (Germany, Italy, Latvia) and overseas countries (South Africa, Australia). Also inherent problems of international mediation in the EU are highlighted.
Additionally, various methods for dealing with past conflicts in countries in transition (retributive justice or ADR) are being discussed.
So this book with its diverse, experienced authors can be used in a twofold manner: As a resource for the legal and practical state of affairs of mediation in certain countries as well as a suggestion de lege lata or de lege ferenda how to deal methodically with disputes – not just in countries in transition.
Hamburg 2004, ISBN 978-3-8300-1277-1
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