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The ADR Research Network is a group of Australian dispute resolution academics. Blogging & tweeting high quality, critical dispute resolution scholarship
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ADR Research Network Apr 22
ADR Research discussed at the NMC 2019 PhD Session
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ADR Research Network Apr 18
Replying to @alysounb1420 @usceduau
And the wonderful design committee, including Dr Sue Douglas
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ADR Research Network Apr 17
NMC 2019 Rosalind Croucher, AM, President, Human Rights Commission
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Dr Treasa Kenny Apr 17
ADR is mandatory in third year. Those entering the law in the near future are the gatekeepers to more effective partnering of ADR and law.
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ADR Research Network Apr 16
In 2021 the National Mediation Conference will be held in Alice Springs. It will draw on Indigenous and non Indigenous knowledge in all areas presented on
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Emma-May Litchfield Apr 16
So amazing to be here with my family. Thank-you for the kind words,
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Dorcas Quek Anderson Apr 16
Glad to meet and catch up with so many friends in at this year's ! I've learnt so much from these 3 days of sharing. Special thanks to and Sue Douglas (chair and deputy chair of conference design committee)
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Dorcas Quek Anderson Apr 16
Thanks ! I really enjoyed this conference. Appreciate all the hard work!
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ADR Research Network Apr 16
We celebrate the role of ADRRN network member Alysoun Boyle who is the Convenor of . These 3 days are the product of 3 years of work by Alysoun. Alysoun is especially proud of the work she has done bring Indigenous peacemakers to . We’re proud too!
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ADR Research Network Apr 16
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ADR Research Network Apr 16
This project, with Prof , has grown out of ADRAC work on legal education and ADR
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🏳️‍🌈Becky Batagol Apr 16
Really impressive seeing Adrien March & Andi Doerr collaborating on Palliative Care for Dying Relationships: FDR beyond dispute resolution In the FDR sector, collaboration is so important for better practice when competition is the norm
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Emma-May Litchfield Apr 16
Introducing the TRAMM. Triage model designed for the DSCV by Danielle Hutchinson. Finding the right DR mechanism to resolve a dispute.
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Steven Castan Apr 16
Indigenous governance & cultural authority including two way learning and family based approaches should be utilised to find solutions for family violence - especially in the NT where couples experiencing FV will likely stay together
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One Pacific Apr 16
Deep listening to community mediators
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Better Place Australia Apr 16
Mediation can present differently and be presented differently to those of a culturally and linguistically diverse identity to reach better outcomes. practitioner Paula explores some frameworks that can help inform professional practice.
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Rosemary Howell Apr 16
NMC2019 feeling proud as I listen to my daughter -May Litchfield talking about het research about emotion in mediation
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Jane Bolitho Apr 16
What we need to hear on violence in NT with Chay Brown & Desmond Campbell
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Better Place Australia Apr 16
Great to have from and Graeme from presenting valuable research on medium-longer term outcomes on clients in family dispute resolution. Such research helps pave the way to informing future professional practice in the sector.
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Rosemary Howell Apr 16
2019 More gems as the accomplished Danielle Hutchinson-Jones shares ‘An evidence-based approach to party-centric community DR
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