Mediation can get dirty - A new title coming in with a cliche thought. Introduction The couple knew each other since high school. They went to college together. Both of them got placed with a multinational company and in a few years, they synergised a good amount of savings with investments for lifetime. As they … Continue reading Mediation can get dirty.
My Mediation Mentorship Journey, in few words, by Sruthi Murali, Mediation Enthusiast and Law Graduate from School of Excellence in law, Chennai. Sruthi Murali, Mediation Mentee at Dialogue den (2019-20) I interned at Dialogue den, a boutique firm for Conflict Management and Private Mediation run by Amee Dharamshi. Initially, the internship was for two months, … Continue reading Sruthi Murali’s Mediation Mentorship Journey at Dialogue den.
Coexisting with the families we create. My summary from the sharing session held Meena Waghray, Mediation Skills Trainer at OutOfCourt.In on the topic "Conflict Resolution at Home." 1. It is important to express the acknowledgement upfront. When your family members speak to you, always respond, something like ... "I heard you.." .. "Ah so you … Continue reading Coexisting with the families we create.
From the 1918 influenza pandemic time and Gandhi’s role as an Arbitrator. A hobby of reading books reaps incredible benefits. This Covid-19 pandemic lock-down season lends me the luxury time to read plenty of books. This week I randomly chose to read this book from my bookshelf. I particularly cannot remember when the book was … Continue reading From the 1918 influenza pandemic time and Gandhi’s role as an Arbitrator.
Online discussion with two distant mentees. This screenshot from our online zoom learning class, we are learning about Conflict Resolution Spectrum & Mediation. Me Amee Dharamshi from Bengaluru with two mediation mentees Bhavya Sharma from Haryana and Yuvraj Mittal from Rajasthan. What are my mentees teaching me? 1. Explaining mediation in vernacular language. I learnt … Continue reading Online discussion with two distant mentees.
As a young-in-age mediator, another step ahead. Here's some sharing from my mediation diary.. From past 8 months, since my return to India from Hong Kong, I have been going ahead meeting people as part of my field-research to understand the diverse perspectives of people here towards mediation. Mediation in India exists since ages. But … Continue reading As a young-in-age mediator, another step ahead.
Hunger and Conflict. bigger picture. Hunger and Conflict. hunger and conflict is 'The' research topic for the war countries. how a war can lead to disturbance in the community and cause severe negative displacement for the people with the food insecurity. yes, that's about it when at War. What did we get here by feeding … Continue reading Hunger and Conflict. bigger picture.
Walking alone alongside the whole community. The world is talking. A year back, there wasn't as much alarm as today, i.e. around me. to specifically focus on conflicts or options as to how we would like to resolve our own conflicts. There are several communities - global level, national level, at city level, at individual … Continue reading Walking alone alongside the whole community.
4 weeks of mediation advocacy. It was on 04 May 2019 I landed in Bengaluru, India - with two motives. One, to return to my home country. Two, to start my full-time private mediation practice. A decision to travel from a country which had no single day of 'no-mediation task' to a country which has … Continue reading 4 weeks of mediation advocacy.