International Journal of Conflict Engagement and Resolution
Transformative mediation is an approach to third party intervention that has been implemented in a range of dispute settings over the past twenty years. This article offers an explanation of what led us to develop the transformative model of mediation, and an assessment of the body of work related to both the theory and practice of transformative mediation. Specifically, we offer an assessment of: how well the relational premises of the model have been articulated, whether transformative practice remained aligned with its underlying premises, what the impact of practice has been, and what effect this approach to conflict intervention has had on the discourse of the conflict field in general.
Joseph Folger and Robert A. Baruch Bush,
Transformative Mediation: A Self-Assessment, 2 International Journal Of Conflict Engagement And Resol. 20
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