How does intercultural or international mediation work?
In intercultural and international mediation, in addition to the subject matter, the cultural background and the associated communication, attitude and moral standards also play a role.
The mediator must be an expert in this field and have an understanding and knowledge of cultural differences as well as a wealth of experience in resolving such conflicts. It is often necessary to bring in several mediators from different countries.
CONSENSUS has this competence. Dr. Andrea Hartmann-Piraudeau (GF) is an expert in this field. She is certified as an international mediator by IMI in The Hague and has a wide network of international mediators for co-mediation in more than 25 countries and languages. CONSENSUS also has an international network with other mediation companies to resolve major international commercial disputes.
Why You Should Choose Conflict Resolution
In the case of intercultural conflicts, the focus is on the parties developing mutual understanding in addition to resolving their factual conflict. This is a new basis for further cooperation and strengthens the relationship.
Intercultural conflicts have a very high resolution rate and are experienced by those involved as an enriching process. With international mediations, the advantage lies in the speed and self-determination of the process compared to judicial clarification. International peacekeeping processes are about building dialogues (see also procedures with larger groups), working out stable solutions and building mutual understanding.
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