28 November 2019
Self-Determination in mediation: practice meets theory meeting practice
Webinar recording | Online | Available for purchase
The literature and standards on mediation regard party self-determination as a key value proposition of the system. In many practice contexts, however, this is not a realistic expectation of the mediation process. This is because of time pressure, lack of information, disparities in bargaining power, social and cognitive biases, difficulties in assessing risk and limitations of advice and wise judgment.