Our partners

We are proud to partner with Resolutia, an Italian group founded in 2000. We have worked together on recognized projects that were funded by the EU Commission Fomento (2017-19) and set our relationship today with fort Immediately, a training program to create a European professional profile for international mediators. It is an association of professionals whose main purpose is to promote and disseminate the use of civil and commercial mediation and, more generally, all alternative dispute resolution methods (so-called ADR methods) between individuals, companies, organizations and public administrations

Mediatorzy and SBW share a long and successful history of collaboration. We have teamed up for projects like Civil Justice (2011-2013) and Fomento (2017-19) and are participating currently working on a joint project InMediate.

Mediatorzy.pl is a mediation center that brings together practitioners with years of experience and is pioneers in the implementation and popularization of mediation in Poland. We are active in various fields and carry out mediation, training and consultations.

Prodos, based in Italy, is an interdisciplinary team and network of professionals specializing in the various areas of European finance. They would like to combine their skills and their passion to support public and private institutions step by step in all phases of the definition and implementation of European projects.

Prof. Dr. Gernot Barth founded the Academy for Social Affairs and Law (AKASOR) in 2005. To date, more than 1000 mediators have been trained in over 70 courses. In 2015 the name of the institute was expanded to include mediation and has since been called the Academy for Mediation, Social Affairs and Law. AKASOR's training locations are Berlin, Essen, Leipzig, Stuttgart and Munich.

The advanced training provider certified by AZAV (TÜV Süd) specializes in advisory and leadership skills, conflict management and mediation, as well as legal and procedural support. IKOME offers these training courses in cooperation with the Steinbeis + Academy and the Academy for Mediation, Social Affairs and Law (AKASOR). In addition, IKOME specializes in advice on change projects.

The SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities (SWPS University) is a leading university in Poland with outstanding achievements in the fields of psychology, law, linguistics, literary and cultural studies, media and communication studies, management and design.

The university was founded in 1996. After more than twenty years of dynamic growth, it is a strong community of over 300 permanent researchers and seasoned academics teaching over 17,000 students enrolled in 35 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs in five locations in major cities in Poland. This includes 15 programs taught entirely in English to over 1,300 international students from more than 60 countries. In addition to education, SWPS is also involved in EU projects such as InMEDIATE, on which we work together.

The University of Florence is an important and influential center for research and higher education in Italy with 1,800 lecturers and internal research staff, 1,600 technical and administrative staff, and over 1,600 academic staff and doctoral students. The University of Florence has a natural international vocation and the development of internationalization is one of its strategic priorities. It is one of the largest and most productive public research systems in Italy. In recent years, the University of Florence has increasingly consolidated its knowledge transfer activities and demonstrated its expertise in European-wide projects such as our current partnership for InMEDIATE.

The Steinbeis University (SHB) is an accredited training center for mediators and part of the umbrella organization for mediation in Germany "German Forum for Mediation" (DFfM).

SHB offers a certification system for courses that follow the system of “basic” and “advanced” studies. Mediation certificates, among other things, are issued via this system.

The German Forum for Mediation stands for tolerance, non-violence, respect and autonomy. The goals of his engagement are a common definition of mediation, public relations, quality assurance, participation in the legislative process and other measures to promote mediation at national and international level. The forum is open to all associations and institutions that meet the requirements set out in the statutes. The member organizations regard mediation as a conflict management process, also within the meaning of the European Code of Conduct for Mediators.

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