Distinction between Facilitative and Evaluative Mediations: Which is More Appropriate?

On 30 September 2015, a Mediation Breakfast Seminar titled “Distinction between Facilitative and Evaluative Mediations: Which is more appropriate?” was delivered by Ms. Fatma Ibrahim, Operations Officer (World Bank Group); accredited mediator and mediation trainer. Ms. Ibrahim defined the different types of mediation, shed light on the historical evolution of mediation techniques, and provided tools with the attendees to assess the appropriateness of which method to be used. The seminar was delivered in an interactive format, and was attended by representatives of many professional sectors and stakeholders.

 Posted in Seminar
 Event date Sep 30 2015

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