Training

Fortbildung zur grenzüberschreitenden Familienmediation Modul 2 (von 2 Modulen) 

Freitag, 07.09 – Montag, 10.09.2018 in Berlin

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Ongoing Training & Supervision 2018 (in English)

MiKK's annual Ongoing Training and Supervision takes place in Berlin between Saturday 29th September and Tuesday 2nd October 2018.

Participants may register for any number of seminars and a discount applies for those who register for all three seminars.

Register before Monday 18th June to receive an early bird discount!

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Cross-Border Family Mediation (CBFM) Training (in English)

Sunday 14 October  – Saturday 20 October 2018 in Berlin

The MiKK 50-hour advanced training course aims to qualify practising family mediators to mediate cross-border family disputes, including international child abduction, access and custody cases. The course will cover the relevant legal aspects of international family conflicts, differences in national family legislation, the 1980 and 1996 Hague Conventions, the Brussels II bis Regulation as well as the best interest and the voice of the child. Participants will be introduced to tools and methodologies for mediating high conflict cases. Case studies and role plays will be an integral part of the course. Drawing on the participants’ experience, we will examine the issues of mediating across cultures. Interdisciplinary cooperation is a key aspect of the course.

We look forward to working with legal, psycho-social, educational and other professionals from a variety of cultural backgrounds and nationalities.

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A discount applies to participants from eligible countries


Cross-Border Family Mediation (CBFM) Training, Singapore (in English)

Tuesday 8 - Thursday 13 November 2018 in Singapore

The Law Society of Singapore and MiKK 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 1980 and 1996 Hague Conventions, (the Brussels IIa Regulation) as well as the best interest and the voice of the child. Participants will be introduced to tools and methods for mediating high conflict cases. Drawing on the experience of the trainers and
participants, participants will examine the issues associated with mediating across cultures.

Lawyers from ASEAN countries who practise mediation or are involved in international family law cases are invited to attend.

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