Testimonials “You guys are phenomenally professional, and I also hope that I get a chance to work with you in the future. Thank you for everything that you’ve done.” – Father, USA “Well done, excellent! A lot of thought and […]Read more
Become a supporting member You would like to support MiKK with a regular financial contribution, become an official member of the network and have access to exclusive discounts to trainings and events? As a MiKK member, you are a valued […]Read more
Become a MiKK Guardian ad Litem You are a Guardian ad Litem in international family cases, helping to represent the best interest of children in court? As a MiKK Guardian ad Litem you will be listed on our MiKK Guardian […]Read more
Become a MiKK lawyer You are a family lawyer and are specialised in international family disputes? MiKK’s International Advisory Service receives regular requests for experienced lawyers all over the world. Parents who opt for mediation are always advised by MiKK […]Read more
Become a MiKK mediator Would you like to train as a Cross-border Family Mediator, work with us and publish your profile in the International MiKK Mediators List on our website? You can become a MiKK Mediator and have your profile […]Read more
Our Vision: “A world where international family conflicts are amicably resolved in the best interest of all parties, particularly parents and children, through affordable professional mediation supported by judicial and social systems in each country.” Help us realise our vision: […]Read more
MiKK Ongoing Training & Supervision The MiKK Ongoing Training brings together MiKK members and mediators from all over the world. In workshops, networking sessions and the annual MiKK general members’ meeting people reconnect with old friends and welcome new acquaintances. […]Read more
MiKK and The Law Society of Singapore are proud to jointly organise the “Cross-Border Family Mediation Training” in Singapore. This 50-hour advanced training course will cover the relevant legal aspects of international family conflicts, differences in national family legislation, the […]Read more
These workshops are aimed at mediators and dispute resolution practitioners with an interest in intercultural, cross-border mediation who wish to deepen their knowledge and/or acquire new skills in this field. The workshops are also open to non-MiKK mediators and may also be of interest to participants from other related disciplines.
For MiKK mediators, each of the three workshops (and the supervision session) counts as 6 credit points towards their ongoing training requirement.
Participants may register for any number of workshop and will receive a discount if registering for all three. An early bird discount applies for seminars for registrations received before 1st of August 2020 (see below).Read more
Cross-Border Family Mediation (CBFM) Training, Osaka (in English) The MIFA Project at the University of Osaka and MiKK are proud to jointly organise the annual “Cross-Border Family Mediation Training” in Osaka. This 20-hour advanced training course will cover the relevant […]Read more