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Webinar recording | Face and implicit bias in mediation

with Maëlle Noé

pre-recorded | Online
'Maelle in her engaging style challenges the audience to reflect and consider implicit bias and how to become far more reflective as practitioners'.

A discussion of the impact and implications of the concepts of face and implicit bias in the actions and interactions of the parties and mediators in conflictual situations.

This discussion aims to enhance awareness of the possible range and quality of our listening ability as dispute resolvers, which has direct consequences on whether we are reinforcing or deconstructing the dynamics of oppression we all operate in.

The link to the recording of this webinar will remain active for at least 3 months from the date of purchase. We continue to consult with the given presenter as to whether extended availability is possible. We are therefore not able to guarantee access beyond 3 months.

About the speakers

Maëlle Noé
Conflict Competency Facilitator

Maëlle Noé has five years’ experience in the field of conflict transformation: training and coaching in conflict transformation skills, facilitating both inter and intra group dialogues, co-mediating, and launching peer-facilitated dialogue programs.

She has published and presented research about international-national staff relations in INGOs and about transformative mediation practitioners in ad-hoc dialogue space. Her clients have ranged in location from Northern America and Western Europe to East Africa, including organizations such as Search for Common Ground, Mercy Corps, Merry Year International, Fulbright Alumni Association, Le Petit Vélo Jaune, as well as individuals from a variety of professional backgrounds.

She was trained in the transformative approach to mediation by Catalyst IpF and the Dayton Mediation Center, has a Diplôme d’Université in mediation from IFOMENE, Paris, a Baccalaureate in Illustration from the University of the Arts London, a Masters in International Communication from American University, Washington D.C., a Masters in International Peace and Security, and completed complementary Masters classes in Social Psychology as the Université Libre de Bruxelles.