This project builds bridges between theory and practice by putting practice into theory by deconstructing the practical knowledge of experts into manageable chunks that can be easily understood, sharing to assist in the development of the field, and working backwards asking “What do we do?” and then “What do we say we do?”
The CEDR foundation assembles groups of experienced practitioners and experts interested in progressing the field. Each group was tasked with translating their experiential learning in different aspects of the mediation process into a practical review of that specific subject.
In this case, the group of mediators were examining confidentiality, looking at their experiences and building a comprehensive guide to the significance of confidentiality in mediation, its legal framework and understanding how to use confidentiality most effectively. READ ARTICLE