Learning and contributing
Learn, grow and contribute with these opportunities in dispute resolutionAs we become aware of new opportunities we will add them to this page. Check in regularly if you're looking to learn or contribute.
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Volunteer research participants | UNSW and Seniors Rights Services
Survey about making mediation available to volunteers in our community | Voluntas
Volunteer judges | Melbourne Law School Negotiation Competition | 24-26 August 2019
Currently seeking volunteer judges from all legal backgrounds who can provide feedback to teams on their performance.
Volunteer role players | Monash University | Melbourne | Saturday 13 July 2019
We would like to invite you to consider role playing for our upcoming NMAS assessment.
Volunteer role players | Tuesday 16 July 2019 | Melbourne
We would like to invite you to consider role playing for our upcoming mediator accreditation assessment.
Women’s Leadership Development Scholarship
Women currently working in the dispute resolution sector have a final opportunity to register their interest in a scholarship worth up to $7,000 to support participation in an accredited leadership development program.
Urgent request for volunteer judges for UNSW Student Mediation Competition
A judge will need to review mediation plans, score parties and their legal representation, and enter feedback. All information required for the event will be provided.
Volunteer Role Players
Role players wanted for Resolution Institute Mediator Accreditation Assessments.
Gain two or more CPD points.
Professional volunteers for 2019 Asia-Pacific Commercial Mediation Competition
Alternative Dispute Resolution professionals are invited to volunteer for the 2019 Asia-Pacific Commercial Mediation Competition, as competition Mediators and Judges, and Team Coaches/Mentors.
Rotary peace fellowship
The 2020 Rotary Peace Fellowship application is now available.
Five consultants for Voices for Inclusion project
This project focuses on learning between different types of marginalized groups in five countries (Sierra Leone, Rwanda, Nigeria, Indonesia and Philippines) and to discover if collaboration between these groups can lead towards more effective influencing of policy and practices.