TARGET AUDIENCE 

  • Graduated professionals and students of the last year or university period, with special interest in the field of peaceful dispute resolution.
  • People who act as an impartial third party, assisting parties in conflict or in litigation to negotiate their differences, aiming at the prevention or resolution of disputes.
  • Professionals from different areas of operation and from different contexts of coexistence who can benefit from the procedures and techniques of Mediation, such as: administrators, managers, lawyers, therapists, economists, ombudsmen, team coordinators, among others.

METHODOLOGY

With a participatory character, the methodology encourages permanent interaction and aims to build knowledge together with the student, using expository classes, exercises in small groups, exemplary films and other audio visual media. With the objective of consolidating knowledge, participants offer reports every weekend of classes and their content is shared in plenary with all students, the following week.

Teachers Curriculum

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I. PROGRAMMATIC CONTENT OF THE THEORETICAL COURSE

The Mediation process

The first phase of the theoretical course presents Mediation as a method, differentiating it from other means of dispute resolution, exposing its structure, techniques and procedures. It includes the topic of conflict, its escalation and constructive management, as well as the multidisciplinary nature of Mediation.

Goals

  • Study the conflict, its constructive and destructive management, as well as work on its mapping.
  • Differentiate Mediation from other dispute resolution instruments.
  • Present Mediation and its basic principles, as well as its evolutionary path, theoretical and technical assumptions.
  • Know the Mediation Institute in its structure and procedures.
  • Define the role of the Mediator and know its Code of Ethics and Standards of Conduct.

Areas of applicability

This segment of the theoretical course offers a panoramic view of the applicability of the institute in different fields of coexistence. Short classes and lectures complement each other in the presentation of different themes, receiving professionals who already articulate mediation with these practices: family, business, school, in the judiciary, in communities, in the socio-environmental context, in restorative practices, in public policies, in field of collaborative practices, information technology, intellectual property, art, culture and entertainment.

Goals

  • Know some of the Mediation practice areas.
  • Make distinctions between practical and procedural aspects of each area and identify their particularities.
  • Know instruments linked to collective issues and their articulation with Mediation.
  • Visit multidisciplinary contributions to the institute.

Simulations

The theoretical module ends with the dramatization of cases, articulating the theory offered in the first segment with the applicability visited in the second. This theoretical-practical articulation, in addition to preparing for the treatment of real cases, offers concreteness to the theoretical path and proves to be sufficient for some professionals who wish to expand skills for dialogue - personal and functional - and not necessarily act as mediators.

The number of cases listed for that moment in the course allows all students to experience the role of mediators, mediators and observers. Each of these positions provides a distinct learning nature, highlighted in the reflections that accompany the simulations.

Goals

  • Articulate the practice with the theoretical learning of the previous segment and with theoretical readings related to the simulated cases.
  • Dramatize the steps of the process to understand the structure and objectives of each moment.
  • Allow the particular construction of the place of mediator based on different insertions - mediator, co-mediator and observer.
  • Experience, through role dramatization, the place of the parties involved in the conflict, their anguish and discourse.
  • Assist in learning how to handle any impasses and ethical impediments.

Location, dates and values

Fridays and Saturdays

Opening Hours: 08: 30h to 18: 00h

Days: 13 / 14-08; and 27 / 28-08; 10 / 11-09; 24 / 25-09; 08 / 09-10; 22 / 23-10, from 8:30 am to 18:00 pm ..

Local: Performed online through Zoom Platform

Value: R $ 7.900,00 - It can be paid in up to 5 installments, depending on the registration date, with the first installment at the time of registration and the remaining installment (s) in the subsequent month (s).

Basic Theoretical Course in Conflict Mediation (100 hours)

The Programmatic Content covers the themes and workload suggested by the CNJ - National Council of Justice (Resolution 125/2010) by ENFAM - National School for the Training and Improvement of Magistrates and by CONIMA - National Council of Mediation and Arbitration Institutions.

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Dates Day of the week Start Time End Time Class Professor Lesson Themes Summary of Content to be Developed
13/08/21 Friday 08:30 09:00 Extra Class 01 (teaching assistant) Distribution of teaching material Distribution of teaching material.
09:00 10:30 classroom 01 Tania Almeida Presentation dynamics Personal presentations, didactic material and course dynamics.
10:30 11:00 Interval
11:00 12:30 classroom 02 Augusto Barros de Figueiredo Context: XNUMXst century and ADRs; Multiport System (SMP); Hybrid Methods Panoramic view of the Alternative / Adequate Methods of Conflict Resolution - MASC, and its consonance with the XNUMXst Century.
12:30 14:00 Lunch
14:00 15:30 classroom 03 Tania Almeida The Mediation Process Guiding Principles.
Judicial and Extrajudicial Mediation.
Pre-procedural and Incidental Mediation.
15:30 16:00 Interval
16:00 18:00 classroom 04 Fernanda Levy Controversial issues related to the legal regulation of Mediation; Cultural changes The new CPC project. The Law of Mediation.
14/08/21 Saturday 08:30 09:00 Extra Class 02 Tania Almeida Course Methodology Reports and collective knowledge building.
09:00 10:30 classroom 05 Tania Almeida The Mediation process - step by step; the base in Harvard's trading quadrant Pre-Mediation and its importance in the Mediation course; informational material; articulation with the mediator's posture and techniques; Opening Speech and the formalization of Mediation - pertinent documentation; articulation with the mediator's posture and techniques.
10:30 11:00 Interval
11:00 12:30 classroom 06 Tania Almeida The Mediation process - step by step; articulation with the toolbox used in Mediation Storytelling - communication procedures and techniques and their articulation with the mediator's posture.
12:30 14:00 Lunch
14:00 15:30 classroom 07 Tania Almeida The Mediation process - step by step; articulation with the toolbox used in Mediation Construction of the agenda, expansion of alternatives and choice of options - the negotiation procedures and techniques and their articulation with the mediator's posture; Distributive Negotiation and Retributive Negotiation.
15:30 16:00 Interval
16:00 18:00 classroom 08 Tania Almeida The Mediation process - step by step; completion Closing of Mediation - formality and informality; wording of the agreement; referrals; Data archiving; DVD Presentation - Conflict Mediation.
27/08/21 Friday 08:30 09:00 Extra Class 03 DVD Theme related to the day's issues, announced in the week before the class Stock Footage: Conflict Mediation - Corporate Matter in Family Business.
09:00 10:30 classroom 09 Tania Almeida Consolidation of knowledge Content review; comments on reports and enlargement of the toolbox.
10:30 11:00 Interval
11:00 12:30 classroom 10 Olivia Fürst Collaborative Practices in Law Non-adversarial and multidisciplinary conflict management method that, through a customized design for each specific situation, proves to be an efficient approach to deal with complex issues, with a view to preserving important relationships and partnerships, among other benefits.
12:30 14:00 Lunch
14:00 15:30 classroom 11 Ana Lucia Pereira Labor Mediation and Arbitration The use of arbitration and mediation in labor conflicts, after the Labor Reform is in force
15:30 16:00 Interval
16:00 18:00 classroom 12 Flavio Crocce Caetano Diagnosis of the National Justice System - challenges to access to Justice and Consensuality and Public Power The conception of the Mediation law from the diagnosis of the justice system, with analysis of the current panorama, with special emphasis on the role of the Public Power in the field of consensuality
28/08/21 Saturday 08:30 09:00 Extra Class 04 Tania Almeida Neuroscience Some contributions from Neuroscience to decision making.
09:00 10:30 classroom 13 Ricardo Castorri Conflict - generalities; social and psychological aspects Construction, mapping, management and climbing; Conflict as a form of bond or opportunity for change.
10:30 11:00 Interval
11:00 12:30 classroom 14 Marcel Gottlieb Mediator Sensitivity The driver's place in Mediation.
12:30 14:00 Lunch
14:00 15:30 classroom 15 Tania Almeida Video presentation for reflection and analysis The Workshop - video example (UNB) of the Mediation process; identification of procedures and techniques; analysis of the dialogue process.
15:30 16:00 Interval
16:00 18:00 classroom 16 Tania Almeida Video presentation for reflection and analysis The Workshop - video example (UNB) of the Mediation process; identification of procedures and techniques; analysis of the dialogue process.
10/09/21 Friday 08:30 09:00 Extra Class 05 DVD Restorative Practices Burning Bridges - Criminal Mediation.
09:00 10:30 classroom 17 Marcelo Girade The Mediator and his Code of Ethics Ethical principles and performance according to CPC and Mediation Law. Ethical Dilemmas
10:30 11:00 Interval
11:00 12:30 classroom 18 Ricardo Castorri Lawyers in Mediation The purpose of the class is to explore how the participation of lawyers impacts the mediation procedure, as well as to discuss some strategies that can optimize the joint performance of lawyers and mediators in the search for a solution of mutual benefit for the parties.
12:30 14:00 Lunch
14:00 15:30 classroom 19 Andrea Maia Conflict Resolution 4.0 ODR - Online Dispute Resolution
15:30 16:00 Interval
16:00 18:00 classroom 20 Cristina Assumpção Restorative Justice
Restorative Mediation
History, Concept, Principles and Applicability;
The conversational formats of Circle, Conference and Mediation, with a focus on the differential between Restorative Justice and Mediation.
11/09/21 Saturday 08:30 09:00 Extra Class 06 Tania Almeida Consolidation of knowledge Content review - comments on reports.
09:00 10:30 classroom 21 Claudia Grosman Corporate Mediation Mediation in companies - different possibilities and scope.
10:30 11:00 Interval
11:00 12:30 classroom 22 Tania Almeida Interdisciplinarity in mediation - contributions from different disciplines and their contributions to Mediation Schools Contextualization of the transdisciplinarity of Mediation. New paradigms. The origin of the different Mediation Schools
12:30 14:00 Lunch
14:00 15:45 classroom 23 Samantha Pelajo Family Mediation Divorces, successions and family businesses; Shared custody; Parental Alienation.
15:45 16:15 Interval
16:15 18:00 classroom 24 Glaucia Foley Community Mediation Brazilian experiences with community mediation.
24/09/21 Friday 08:30 09:00 Extra Class 07 DVD Brazilian Restorative Practices Program Movie: Justice for the XNUMXst Century.
09:00 10:30 classroom 25 Tania Almeida Consolidation of knowledge Content review; comments on reports and enlargement of the toolbox.
10:30 11:00 Interval
11:00 12:30 classroom 26 Andrea Navarro Dispute System Design The use of different forms of conflict resolution within the corporate environment.
12:30 14:00 Lunch
14:00 15:40 classroom 27 Dominic Barter Nonviolent Communication Dynamics and distinctions of Nonviolent Communication applied to mediation
15:40 16:10 Interval
16:10 18:00 classroom 28 Dominic Barter Nonviolent Communication Dynamics and distinctions of Nonviolent Communication applied to mediation
25/09/21 Saturday 08:30 09:00 Extra Class 08 Monica Lobo School Mediation School Mediation - Retributive discipline and restorative discipline.
09:00 10:30 classroom 29 Rafael Almeida Facilitating Collective Dialogues for Building Consensus Inclusive and collaborative processes, case study.
10:30 11:00 Interval
11:00 12:30 classroom 30 Tania Almeida Exercises for practice - in pairs Exercises
12:30 14:00 Lunch
14:00 15:30 classroom 31 Tania Almeida Exercises for practice - in trio Exercises
15:30 16:00 Interval
16:00 18:00 classroom 32 Tania Almeida Preparation for Simulated Practice
Assembly of teams and service schedule
Identification of the benefits and costs of the simulated practice;
Guidance of participation, for the period of the simulated practice.
Distribution of follow-up maps of the simulated practice.
08/10/21 Friday 08:30 09:00 Extra Class 09 Gabriela Codorniz Capital market Mediation and Capital Markets
09:00 10:30 classroom 33 Flavia Scarpinella Socioenvironmental Mediation Environmental context: 1) constitutional protection. 2) protected rights. 3) threefold environmental responsibility. Aspects of socio-environmental conflict. Brief analysis of the Legal Microsystem on mediation as a means of resolving disputes between private individuals and on self-composition within the scope of Public Administration. Peculiarities of socioenvironmental mediation. Possible applications. Benefits.
10:30 11:00 Interval
11:00 12:30 classroom 34 Tania Almeida  Preparing for case handling
12:30 14:00 Lunch
14:00 16:00 classroom 35 Tania Almeida Case I Theme: elected by students from a diversity offered by the course
16:00 16:30 Interval
16:30 18:00 classroom 36 Tania Almeida Case I Theme: elected by students from a diversity offered by the course
09/10/21 Saturday 08:30 09:00 Extra Class 10 Tania Almeida Preparing for the day's cases
09:00 10:40 classroom 37 Tania Almeida Case II Theme: elected by students from a diversity offered by the course
10:40 11:10 Interval
11:10 12:50 classroom 38 Tania Almeida Case II Theme: elected by students from a diversity offered by the course
12:50 14:20 Lunch
14:20 16:00 classroom 39 Tania Almeida Case III Theme: elected by students from a diversity offered by the course
16:00 16:30 Interval
16:30 18:00 classroom 40 Tania Almeida Case III Theme: elected by students from a diversity offered by the course
22/10/21 Friday 08:30 09:00 Extra Class 11 Bruna Fetz Mediation and Agribusiness Agrarian and agribusiness contracts. Supply chain conflicts. Succession planning
09:00 10:40 classroom 41 Tania Almeida Case IV Theme: elected by students from a diversity offered by the course
10:40 11:10 Interval
11:10 12:50 classroom 42 Tania Almeida Case IV Theme: elected by students from a diversity offered by the course
12:50 14:20 Lunch
14:20 16:00 classroom 43 Tania Almeida Case V Theme: elected by students from a diversity offered by the course
16:00 16:30 Interval
16:30 18:00 classroom 44 Tania Almeida Case V Theme: elected by students from a diversity offered by the course
23/10/21 Saturday 08:30 09:00 Extra Class 12 DVD Facilitation of dialogues DVD Tania Almeida and Marcelo Girade
09:00 10:40 classroom 45 Tania Almeida Case VI Theme: elected by students from a diversity offered by the course
10:40 11:10 Interval
11:10 12:40 classroom 46 Tania Almeida Case VI Theme: elected by students from a diversity offered by the course
12:40 14:00 Lunch
14:00 15:30 classroom 47 Tania Almeida Consolidation of Practice Knowledge Theme: elected by students from a diversity offered by the course
15:30 16:00 Interval
16:00 18:00 classroom 48 Tania Almeida Continuing Education, Supervised Practice and Closing Evaluations, presentation of institutional programs and identification of participation
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Teachers Curriculum

MEDIARE Entrepreneurial Course for Corporate Leadership

Soft Skills for Governance Dialogues and Decision Making

Regular Course - MEDIARE

EMENTA

This course was formatted to expand socio-emotional skills (soft skills) in corporate leadership, aimed at two primary objectives: (i) day-to-day negotiations and (ii) decision-making by consensus and / or collegiate.

The presentation of Conflict Mediation, a contemporary resource for dispute resolution, as well as communication and negotiation tools used in the procedure, will serve as a setting to share the skills mentioned.

NUMBER OF STUDENTS

Minimum of 10 and maximum of 20 students

FINANCIAL INVESTIMENT

R $ 6.000.00 (six thousand reais) in five interest-free installments of R $ 1.200,00 (one thousand two hundred reais) on the credit card through the website or bank slip via Cursos@mediare.com.br

WORKLOAD

30 hours

DATES

  • April 16 and 30 and May 14, from 08:30 am to 17:30 pm;
  • May 15th from 09 to 12: 30h

PROGRAM CONTENT

  •  Multiport Dispute Resolution System - Conflict Mediation, its benefits and special applicability in the corporate world.
  • Dialogue as a Means of Understanding - guidelines for productive dialogue between different points of view and different interests that aim for consensus.
  • Generalities on the Dynamics of Conflicts - construction and escalation, opportunity for changes and strategies for constructive management.
  • The Communicational basis of Mediation and Dialogues - handling of obstacles that constitute impasses to the fluidity of the dialogue and to the daily negotiations.
  • The Negotiation Basis of Mediation - negotiation based on interests and values, its correlation with bargaining and its repercussions on corporate daily life.
  • Facilitating Multiparty Dialogues - Consensus building as a basis for meetings with multiple actors and for collegiate and consensus decision making.
  • Trends in the corporate world and applicability of soft skills (socio-emotional skills) - scenarios and expected impacts on the corporate scene.

Curriculum of Professor Tania Almeida

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COURSE COORDINATION

Tania Almeida - Director of MEDIARE and Pedagogical Coordinator
http://lattes.cnpq.br/2031266502707890

Master in Conflict Mediation. Postgraduate in Neuropsychiatry, Psychoanalysis, Sociology and Business Management. Short Term Consultant of the Mediation Team of the Internal Just System the World Bank (2010-2020). Accredited Mediator of the Center for Effective Dispute Resolution - CEDR and IMI International Mediation Institute and CPC International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution. Advanced Mediator of the Institute for Certification and Training of Lusophone Mediators - ICFML. Senior Mediator at TJ RJ - Lecturer, Consultant and Researcher in Conflict Mediation and Dialogue Facilitation. Founding partner of MEDIARE and coordinator of its Teaching Programs. Coordinator of the Supervised Practice Programs of MEDIARE in the Agreements with the TJ RJ, with the DP RJ and with the MP RJ. Mediation Director of CONIMA - National Council of Mediation and Arbitration Institutions, having participated in the Drafting Commission of the Code of Ethics and the Model Regulation for the practice of Mediation (1997). He was part of a team of specialists from the Judiciary Reform Secretariat to draft the Brazilian Legal Framework for Mediation. Member of the Arbitration and Mediation Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce - CCI Brasil. Author of the book Toolbox in Mediation - practical and theoretical contributions. Co-organizer of the book Conflict Mediation for Beginners, Practitioners and Teachers. Author of articles published in national and foreign books, periodicals and websites.

INVITED TEACHERS

Ana Lucia Pereira

Lawyer and Bachelor of Business Administration from Mackenzie University. Specialist in Arbitration and Mediation and in Economics and Company Law, by FGV. Member of the Brazilian Arbitration Committee - Cbar, of the Brazilian Mediation and Arbitration Institute - IMAB. General Director of TAESP - Arbitration & Mediation and General Secretary of the National Council of Mediation and Arbitration Institutions - Conima. Collaborating member of the Mediation and Arbitration Commission of OAB / SP - Brazilian Bar Association, São Paulo Section.

Andrea Maia
http://lattes.cnpq.br/6485144595277481

Graduated in Law from Candido Mendes University (1994). Socia da Mediar360 - Intelligent Conflict Management. Experience in the Law area, with emphasis on the Corporate segment, having worked at Banco Opportunity and Embraer (corporate, national and international contracts).

First Latin American woman to lead the Mediation Committee of the International Bar Association (IBA), having been chair of the committee in the 2016-2018 biennium; Member of the Global Panel of CPR - International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution; Columnist of Kluwer Mediation Blog; Vice President of Mediation at the Brazilian Center for Mediation and Arbitration - CBMA; Listed in the publication Who´s Who of Commercial Mediation - from 2013 to 2020. Co-author of the e-book Online Dispute Resolution from Seufuturo.com. Counselor of AB2L- Brazilian Association of Lawtechs e Legaltechs. Awarded with Woman in Law Awards - mediation category - in the years 2013 and 2018.

Andrea Navarro

Business mediator and negotiator graduated in Law from the Getúlio Vargas Foundation of São Paulo, with a specialization in entrepreneurship and marketing from the University of Berkeley and currently studying LLM in Dispute Resolution at Strauss Institute for Dispute Resolution from Pepperdine University. She acts as Executive Supervisor of an indemnity program with the use of mediation for thousands of victims of environmental tragedy. Partner at Faleck & Associados since 2016, she has worked in large offices in the area of ​​Mergers & Acquisitions (Machado Meyer and Lobo & de Rizzo Advogados) and by the legal department of companies (GranBio, GranInvestimentos and Fundo de Investimento Virtuose), having also worked at Business Development area of ​​a technology company in Silicon Valley (Gracenote Inc.). She was an assistant professor at Prof. Diego Faleck in the subject “Negotiation and Mediation” of the undergraduate course at Direito GV and participates as a guest professor in the Basic Mediation Course at Instituto Mediare, in Rio de Janeiro, in the Private Mediation Course at Centro Mediar e Conciliar, and in the Mediation course and Conflict Management at the Graduate School of the University of Fortaleza (UNIFOR). Currently, she is on the List of Mediators of the Arbitration and Mediation Center of the Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce (CAM-CCBC) and of the Mediation, Conciliation and Arbitration Chamber of OAB / SP, and is certified by the Institute of Certification and Training of Mediators. Lusophone (ICFML) - Qualifying Assessment Program Level 1 and in the National Council of Justice (CNJ) to act as a judicial mediator.

Augusto Barros de Figueiredo
http://lattes.cnpq.br/8474860842124411

Graduated in Law at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Master in Business Economics (MBE) by the Center for Legal and Economic Sciences of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), master in Private International Law and International Trade by the University of Paris 1 (Sorbonne), master in Global Business Law by the Paris Institute of Political Sciences (Science Po) and attended the Advanced Arbitration Academy for Latin America from the ICC Academy.

Director for Latin America at Dispute Resolution Board Foundation (DRBF), Vice President of Dispute Boards of the Brazilian Center for Mediation and Arbitration (CBMA), founding partner of the Brazilian Chamber of Energy and Mining Conflict Resolution (CBME), Coordinator of the Dispute Boards Committee of the National Council of Mediation and Arbitration Institutions (CONIMA), member of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Paris (CCI) and Co-chair da task strength Arbitration and Infrastructure Committee of the Arbitration and Mediation Commission of the CCI, member of the contractual review working group of the Confederation of International Contractors' Association (CICA), member of the Latin American Association of Derecho de la Construcción (ALDeC), member of the Brazilian Arbitration Committee (CBAr) and the Brazilian Institute of Construction Law (IBDiC).

Editor of PL 9.883 / 18 and of the statements related to Dispute Boards approved in the I Journey of Prevention and Extrajudicial Settlement of Disputes, organized by the Council of Federal Justice (CJF). Creator of the dispute prevention and resolution system designed for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

Bruna Fetz
http://lattes.cnpq.br/9249257184361414

Graduated in Law from the University of the West of Santa Catarina. Specialist in Business Law from Fundação Getúlio Vargas and in Labor Law and Labor Procedure from Faculdade Damásio. She is currently specializing in Agribusiness, Environment and Development Law at the University of Rio Verde and in Civil Procedural Law at EBRADI - Brazilian School of Law. Lawyer working in Civil, Business and Labor Law. Professor of Civil Procedural Law at the Faculty of Law of IESRIVER - Higher Education Institute of Rio Verde, Goiás. President of the Special Agribusiness Law Commission of the Brazilian Bar Association, Rio Verde Subsection, Goiás.

Claudia Frankel Grosman

Professional mediator and business consultant in conflict management. Certified by the ADR Group (London), IMI, International Mediation Institute. She is a member of the panel of mediators of several national institutions and of the CPR International Institute for Conflict, Prevention & Resolution (NY). Lawyer with MBA at INSPER. Lecturer and Supervisor of Mediation Practice at Instituto Mediativa, guest professor at Mediare RJ and Mackenzie Graduate School. Counselor of the Dispute Resolution Center, CSD-PI and Director of the Mediation Chamber, CMed-ABPI, of the Brazilian Association of Intellectual Property. Director of the Mediation Chamber of the Engineering Institute. Vice President of Insper's Alumni Council.

Cristina Telles Assumpção
http: lattes.cnpq.br/0639399050711261

Speech therapist graduated from Escola Paulista de Medicina. Master in Communication Disorders at PUC-SP. Systemic family therapist and Conflict Mediator graduated from Instituto Familiae, with extension in Restorative Justice by Escola Paulista da Magistratura. Member of the “Justice in a Circle” training team, of the Educational Mediation group and founding partner of Mediativa - Transformative Mediation Institute. Coordinator of Projects for the Implementation of Restorative Justice with the Education Secretariats, the Judiciary Reform Secretariat, the Human Rights Secretariat of the Presidency of the Republic and Teaching Foundations. It acts as a trainer for facilitators of restorative practices and transformative mediators. Author of articles in the area.

Dominic Barter

For 25 years he has collaborated in the design of social systems of dialogue, empathy and partnership. Its innovations inspire projects and public policies in more than 50 countries - from Senegal to Nepal to South Korea - and have been awarded in Brazil and abroad. It is an international reference in Restorative Justice and a precursor to Nonviolent Communication in Brazil. Five years ago he created the public education system Espaço Beta.

In the 90s, he started the development of Restorative Circles in Brazil, promoting community dialogic systems with young people in response to the conflict in Rio's hills. In 2005, this experience was the basis for the design of restorative systems and the technical training of two of the three pilot projects in Restorative Justice for the Ministry of Justice's Judicial Reform Secretariat, UNDP and the São Paulo and Rio Grande do Rio de Janeiro Education Departments South. Since then he has guided groups in the construction of restorative systems in several Brazilian states, such as abroad, more recently in educational systems and police departments in the United States, war zones and post-war contexts and Family Courts. He acted as the first advisor of the mediation program in the UPPs, for the Court of Justice of Rio de Janeiro. He directed the Dialogue Restoration program for the State Education Secretariat of Rio de Janeiro, implementing restorative systems and empathic dynamics in state schools. Led the implementation of restorative systems at DEGASE. Currently collaborates in the development of new forms of school based on conviviality and relational intelligence, as a partner of Espaço Beta. Longtime colleague of Dr. Marshall Rosenberg, he served as chairman of the board of directors of the International Center for Nonviolent Communication, based in the United States. As the father of a young Carioca, and as a citizen of all this complexity that we are living in, he is reminded daily about the limits of his understanding of conflict and mediation.

Fernanda Levy

Private mediator, founding partner of Instituto D´accord de Mediação e Consultoria in conflict management. Has training in mediation by “Master in Mediación y Negociación” from Institut Universitaire Kurt Bösch (Buenos Aires - Switzerland) and is a civil and commercial mediator certified by ADR Group (London) and IMI International Mediation Institute. Since 2002, she has acted as a mediator in several cases involving family, succession issues and in commercial and civil disputes, especially in family companies in the civil construction, textile and clothing sector. Member of the panel of mediators of the main mediation institutions in the country. Collaborative lawyer in São Paulo, she has almost thirty years of experience in conflict management. PhD and Master in Law from the Catholic University of São Paulo - PUC / SP, Levy is the author of the books “Child custody - conflicts in the exercise of family power” (Atlas, 2008) and “Staggered clauses: Commercial mediation in the context of arbitration ”(Saraiva, 2013) and articles on the topic. Levy teaches Civil Law, Mediation and Arbitration at several universities, with emphasis on the postgraduate course at PUC / SP. General secretary (2009-2015) and current vice-president of the National Council of Mediation and Arbitration Institutions-CONIMA (2015-17), Counselor of the Chamber of Mediation and Arbitration of the Engineering Institute and integrates the Mediation Committee of the Conciliation Chamber , Mediation and Arbitration of Ciesp / Fiesp.

Flavia Scarpinella Bueno

Mediator and Lawyer. Graduated in Law from the Pontifical Catholic University in São Paulo, Capital. Mediation training at Centro & Mediar school, extensive course at the Institute of Mediation and Arbitration in Brazil (IMAB). Trained in Collaborative Practices by the Brazilian Institute of Collaborative Practices (IBPC). Workshop on Dispute Board Resolution by the Engineering Institute of São Paulo. Course on Peaceful Practices of Family Relationships at the OAB / SP school. Improvement Course in Business Mediation at Centro Mediar & Conciliar school. Workshop on Scouting at the Empathy school. Intensive Business Communication Program at ESPM.
Currently, she works as a lawyer in the area of ​​environmental law, with an emphasis on facilitating dialogue for strategic conflict resolution. Judicial Mediator of CEJUSC in Jabaquara and Santana de Paranaíba. Auxiliary Judicial Mediator of the Judge of the 11th Family and Succession Court of the Regional Forum of Santo Amaro. Vice-President and member of the OAB / SP Environment Commission. Co-coordinator of the Water Supply Protection Coordination. Consultant associate of Instituto Agenda Urbana Brasil - IAUB. Coordinator of the environmental mediation subgroup of the Café com Mediação project. Member of the OAB / SP Advocacy Committee on Mediation and Conciliation. Member of GEMEP / CBAR.

Flávio Crocce
http://lattes.cnpq.br/4547770583736088

Lawyer and Professor. Currently, he practices private law as a partner of Flavio Crocce Caetano Advocacia and teaching activity at the Faculty of Law of PUC / SP, teaching the discipline Democracy and Human Rights. He held a public function before the Federal Government, having been appointed Chief of Staff of the Ministry of Justice in 2011, President of the National Council to Combat Piracy and Offenses Against Intellectual Property - CNCP in 2013-2014, and National Secretary for the Reform of the Judiciary of the Ministry of Justice from 2012 to 2015. He chaired the Committee of Experts before the Ministry of Justice, which drafted a draft law that culminated in the Mediation Law, approved by the National Congress in June 2015. He has training as a Mediator at IMAB- Instituto of Mediation and Arbitration in Brazil. He served as Legal Coordinator for the 2014 presidential campaign, referring to the re-election of President Dilma Rousseff and Vice Michel Temer. He holds a master's degree in State Law from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (2002) and a specialization in Diffuse and Collective Rights from the Higher School of the Public Ministry of São Paulo. He is currently Assistant Professor-Master of the Department of Diffuse and Collective Rights at the Faculty of Law of PUC-SP. He was Special Advisor to the Rectory of PUC / SP, Chief and Vice-Head of the Department of Diffuse and Collective Rights at the Faculty of Law of PUC / SP, Academic Coordinator of the Dom Paulo Evaristo Arns Model Office and Coordinator of the Center for Studies and Research PUC- Serasa. He was Coordinator of the Specialization Course in Constitutional Procedural Law at UNisantos Member of the Justice and Peace Commission of the Archdiocese of São Paulo. He has experience in the area of ​​Law, with an emphasis on Human Rights, Electoral Law, Administrative Law, Constitutional Procedural Law and in Adequate Means for Conflict Resolution, with an emphasis on Mediation and Conciliation. President of the Special Commission for Modernization and Innovation of the Justice System of the Federal Council of the OAB.

Gabriela Codorniz
http://lattes.cnpq.br/6276265105522540

Lawyer in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. Master in Commercial Law from USP. Postgraduate in Civil Law from UERJ. Graduated in Law from PUC-Rio. MEDIARE Training in Conflict Mediation. Graduate Professor at FGV-Rio.

Glaucia Foley

Graduated in Law from PUC-SP and Master in Law from the University of Brasília. Conducted research in the quality of Visiting Scholar at the University of Wisconsin-Madison - USA and the University of Essex - UK. She is a Judge of the Special Criminal Court of Taguatinga and Coordinator of the Community Justice Program of the TJDF. She received the Márcio Tomaz Bastos Medal for Access to Justice, Ministry of Justice - 2014 and won the Innovare Award for the Community Justice Program, December 2005.

Marcel Gottlieb

Engineer, graduated from PUC-RJ in 1979, MBA from FGV in 2001. Lover of classical music is dedicated exclusively to the formation of audiences for operas and concerts in the last 17 years. Its activities include weekly courses in opera and classical music in general, lectures in schools and specific courses (in psychology, painting, wine) and motivational lectures in companies. Among the places where he works regularly are: Casa do Saber, Clube Caiçaras, Joquei Clube, Venâncio Flores and others. It has one of the largest private collections of classical music in RJ with more than four thousand DVDs, LDs and CDs. This allows you to compare the same piece of music with different conductors and singers. He has a strong relationship with conductors, musicians, singers and theater directors from RJ, having given lectures together with several of them such as: Ricardo Rocha (conductor), Ricardo Prado (conductor), Eliana Caminada (dancer), Marcelo Verzoni (pianist) , Caique Botkai (composer and theater director), Moacir Chaves (theater director), Andre Heller (opera producer), Nelson Portela (baritone), Peter Gottlieb (baritone professor at the Paris Conservatory), Juliana Rodrigues (professor at UERJ ), Rafael Fonseca (researcher) and Monica Waitzfelder (producer of operas). Themes frequently presented in the lectures: History of Music, History of Opera, Life and Work of Composers who have marked the History of Music: Beethoven, Mozart, Mahler, Gershwin and others.

Marcelo Girade

Managing Partner of M9GC Conflict Resolution Training. Graduated in History. Specialist in Judicial Administration and Social Psychology. Advanced Mediator certified by ICFML. National Coordinator of the Regional Business Mediation Competitions at CAMARB. Co-author of the Judicial Mediation Manual.

Monica Lobo

Psychologist and pedagogue with specialization in Psychopedagogy and Family Therapy. Member of the multidisciplinary team of Collaborative Practices acting as a teacher in courses and seminars throughout Brazil. Coordinator of the School Mediation Sector at Mediare, performs consultancy in schools. Co-author of the books “Psicopedagogia um systemic approach”, “Dramatic history – brief therapy for families and therapists”, “Beyond heaven” and “My family and my money”.

Olivia Fürst

Collaborative Lawyer and Conflict Mediator / Author of the winning practice of the Innovare 2013 Award in the Advocacy Category with the text “Collaborative Practices in Family Law” / Co-founder and Executive Director of the Brazilian Institute of Collaborative Practices / Mediation Supervisor, Teacher and Sector Coordinator of Collaborative Practices of MEDIARE - Dialogues and Decision Processes / President of the Special Committee on Collaborative Practices of the OAB-RJ / Associated with International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) / Was mediator and observer of the Flight Compensation Program 447 (PI 447) - elective negotiation and mediation program that provided compensation to the family of the victims of the air accident with the Air France 447 flight (2009-2011) / Associate to the Brazilian Institute of Family Law - IBDFAM / Professor of Mediation and Collaborative Practices in different institutions (PUC-Rio, FGV, Mediare, Brasiliense Institute of Public Law, among others) / Author of several articles in specialized publications / Trained in Conflict Mediation by MEDIARE and by TJ / RJ (2009) / Experience in civil and family litigation offices / Graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio), with an emphasis on International Relations.

Rafael Alves de Almeida

PhD in Public Policy, Strategies and Development, by the UFRJ Institute of Economics. Coordinator of the lato sensu graduate program at FGV DIREITO RIO. LL.M in International Business Law by the London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE. Master in Regulation and Competition from UCAM. Graduated from the Escolada Magistratura do Estado de Rio de Janeiro - EMERJ. Bachelor of Laws from UFRJ and in Economics from UCAM. Attorney. Entrepreneur. Member of the Permanent Body of Mediators and Arbitrators of the FGV Chamber of Mediation and Arbitration. Member of International Society for Ecological Economics. Member of the Brazilian Society of Ecological Economics. Honorary President of LSE Brazilian Alumni Association. R $ responsible for a collective urban vegetable garden. Author of the book “Collaborative governance in public policies”.

Samantha Pelajo
http://lattes.cnpq.br/4800744002765511

Mediator formed by MEDIARE, certified by ICFML and TJRJ (senior mediator). Collaborative lawyer in the family and succession areas. Doctoral student in Law at UFF. Master in Sociology and Law from UFF. Master in Conflict Mediation by IUKB. Counselor of OABRJ. Vice president of the OABCF Mediation Commission. Co-founder and president of the Commission and the Conflict Mediation Chamber of the OABRJ (2009 | 2018). Associate professor at the Law Department at PUC-Rio. Co-founder and Coordinator of the Interdisciplinary Conflict Mediation Group (GIMEC) at PUC-Rio, the Academic Group for Studies in Mediation and Business Negotiation (GAEMNE) at PUC-Rio and the Center for Self-Composition Methods (CMA) at PUC-Rio. Co-founder and blogger of Mediando por Aí. Participant in the CAMARB, CBMA, FGV and MEDIARE Mediators Panel. Co-author of the books “Negotiation, Mediation and Arbitration: basic course for law degree programs” - GEN Method, “Arbitration and Mediation: controversial topics” - GEN Forensic and “Conflict Mediation: contemporary paradigms and foundations for practice” - Press Free. Co-author of the “Conflict Mediation Manual for Lawyers: written by lawyers” - Ministry of Justice. Coordinator and Co-author of the book “Mediation in the New Code of Civil Procedure” - Ed. GEN Forense, of the book “Conflict Mediation: for beginners, for practitioners and for teachers” - Ed. Juspodivm, and of the book “Comments on the Law of Mediation ”- Ed. Process.

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II. REAL SITUATIONS PRACTICE WITH LIVE SUPERVISION

It is a worldwide understanding that the practice of real situations with live supervision should be part of the training programs for mediators. MEDIARE follows this premise and offers, on a continuous basis, supervised practice teams.

Entry into this training segment can only occur after the completion of the theoretical course, but not necessarily in its sequence.

The agreements with public institutions and non-governmental bodies make possible the supervised practice of students in training, which occurs with face-to-face supervision. Each supervisor works with a limited group of students and offers them individualized attention.

MEDIARE does not condition certification as a mediator to the exclusive fulfillment of the workload in supervised practice (100h), but, especially, to the improvement and acquisition of skills, expressed in a spreadsheet distributed to students and evaluated by a supervisor and supervising at the end of the service each case.

Occurring fortnightly and lasting approximately one and a half to two years - 6h / month (three hours for each service) - the supervised practice gathers specific guidelines for action, shared with each student professional before enrollment, with a view to enabling adherence to the proposed premises. If there is an interest in carrying out the supervised practice in a shorter period of time, two cases can be attended to simultaneously, according to the availability of the contracted entities and the teams, preferably in different institutions and with different supervisors, enriching the learning.

Goals

  • Improve and acquire skills to act as a mediator or as an impartial third party in facilitating dialogues.
  • Identify a personal style of performance and improve it.
  • Experience, in the protected area of ​​supervision, the stages of the Mediation process, its procedures and deadlocks.
  • Improve skills for acting in pairs (interdisciplinary) and in teams.
  • Articulate a theoretical basis relevant to each type of case attended.
  • Promote case studies and identify the possibility of generalizing learning.
  • Training as a conflict mediator.

 

Location, dates and values

Estimated duration time: Occurring fortnightly and lasting approximately one and a half to two years - 6h / month (three hours for each service)

Opening Hours: Variable, according to location and team

Local: Agreed public institutions (Court of Justice of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Public Defender of the State of Rio de Janeiro and Public Ministry of the State of Rio de Janeiro)

Value: R $ 150,00 per hour of live supervision (only the workload in the field is taken into account and not the online workload with the reports).

Tania Almeida - Director of MEDIARE and Pedagogical Coordinator
http://lattes.cnpq.br/2031266502707890

Founding partner and CEO of MEDIARE. Creator of the MEDIARE Institute. Mediation Director and other means of conflict resolution of the National Council of Mediation and Arbitration Institutions (CONIMA). Consultant to the World Bank (World Bank Group) in the Conflict Mediation Sector for Latin America. Accredited Mediator of the Center for Effective Dispute Resolution - CEDR. Advanced Mediator of the Institute for Certification and Training of Lusophone Mediators - ICFML. Member of the staff of Mediators of the International Institute of Prevention & Resolution - CPR and the International Mediation Institute - IMI. Senior Mediator at the Rio de Janeiro State Court of Justice. Master in Conflict Mediation. Post-graduated in Neuropsychiatry, Sociology and Business Management. Doctor. Author of “Toolbox in Mediation - practical and theoretical contributions”; coordinator and co-author of “Conflict Mediation: for beginners, practitioners and teachers”. Publishes articles in books, periodicals and websites.

Professor and Co-Organizer of the Course on Mediation and Peaceful Conflict Resolution in Citizen Security - Pilot RJ Project coordinated by UNDP - United Nations Development Program and SENASP - National Public Security Secretariat. National facilitator of the Consensus Building process of research on Alternative Dispute Resolution in Brazil, coordinated by the School of Law of Saint Thomas University - MN. Pedagogical coordinator of the MEDIARE team that works in agreements that house the supervised real practice. ICAR-OEA fellow (Institut for Conflict Analyzes and Resolution - Organizations of American States) for studies and analysis of conflict resolution in Latin America. Coordinator of MEDIARE Teaching and Supervision Programs. At CONIMA - National Council of Mediation and Arbitration Institutions - he participated in the Drafting Committee of the Code of Ethics and the Model Regulations for the practice of Mediation (1997). Member of the FONAME Code of Ethics Writing Committee - National Mediation Forum. Member of the OAB-RJ Mediation Commission. Participation in international and national congresses, as a speaker, with presentation of papers. Author of articles published in national and foreign books, periodicals and websites. Author of the book “Toolbox in Mediation: practical and theoretical contributions”. Participant in the Panel of Mediators of CAM-CCBC, FIESP / CIESP, CAMARB and CBMA

Eva Jonathan
http://lattes.cnpq.br/5498940188394729

Psychologist. Master in Social Psychology (PUC-Rio). Mediator certified by MEDIARE and ENAM / UnB, with an extension course in Collaborative Practices in Family Law. Mediator and Supervisor of MEDIARE, Co-Coordinator of the Community Mediation Sector. Senior Mediator at TJ / RJ and at the Leblon Public Defender's Office. As a mediator, she works mainly with families, neighborhoods and communities. Retired teacher (PUC-Rio). Co-founder of the Interdisciplinary Conflict Mediation Group (PUC-Rio). Current professor in the Specialization Course in Legal Psychology (PUC-Rio). Co-Coordinator and author of articles in the MEDIARE Institute Yearbook, 2018; Co-Coordinator and author of articles in the MEDIARE Institute Yearbook, 2017; Co-Coordinator and author of chapters in the work Mediation of conflicts for beginners, practitioners and teachers (JusPodivm, 2016).

Gloria Mosquéra
http://lattes.cnpq.br/3870303112066783

Psychologist, Family and Couple Systemic Psychotherapist. Mediator and Mediare Supervisor. OAB-RJ Mediator, Teacher and Supervisor. Coordinator of the Mediation Commission of TED OAB-RJ-Petrópolis. Former Coordinator of the Mediation Commission of TED-OAB-RJ. Senior Mediator at TJRJ. Instructor / Trainer of Mediators and Supervisor of the TJRJ until 2016. Teacher in the Postgraduate Courses in Conflict Mediation at AVM and IUPERJ- Cândido Mendes University. Professor at the Post in Family and Succession Law at PUC-Rio. Professor of Postgraduate Studies in Conflict Mediation at the Catholic University of Petrópolis. Teacher in the Mediare Training Course for Mediare in 2016 and 2017. Member of the creative team and coordinator of the parenting workshops “Escola de Família” and “Bem me Quer” at TJRJ, until 2015. Lecturer in numerous institutions. Mother and Grandmother.

Maria do Céu L. Battaglia
http://lattes.cnpq.br/8959678727288976

Graduated in Psychology at Universidade Santa Úrsula (1978) and Master's Degree at UFRJ (2002). Title of Specialist in Clinical Psychology by CFP (2002). Training in Mediation by Mediare (2000) and TJRJ. Currently, Senior Mediator and Collaborator at TJRJ. CNJ Mediator, Defensoria Pública RJ, Mediare and FGV / RJ Projetos. Mediator, Expert, Psychotherapist and Supervisor in private office face-to-face and online. Supervisor of the Conflict Mediation Course at Mediare, OAB / RJ and Fundação Escola Superior da Defensoria Pública do Rio de Janeiro. Member of the OAB / RJ Commission and Mediation Chamber, OAB / RJ Restorative Justice Commissions and OAB / RJ Family Law Barra da Tijuca. He has worked as a third-degree teacher since 1989. Since 1998, he has given lectures and classes in Brazil and abroad, in post-graduate courses and specialization in academies and institutions. Several articles published.

Renata Fonkert
http://lattes.cnpq.br/0913080664970982

Psychologist, specializing in Clinical Psychology, Family and Couple Therapy. Psychologist at the Ministry of Health, also working in a private practice. Conflict mediator with training and specialization in Family Mediation by Fundación Interfas, Buenos Aires, and by the Court of Justice of RJ. She is a member of the Mediation Chamber of MEDIARE, her teaching team and is the coordinator of the Family and Succession Sector. It also includes the Sectors of Family Business, Collaborative Practices and Teaching. Senior Mediator for the TJRJ, member of the Mediation Commission of OAB / RJ and its Mediation Chamber. Supervises the actual practice of conflict mediation of students in training by MEDIARE at CEJUSCs in Centro and Barra da Tijuca and in the Mediation Coordination of the Public Defender's Office. Trained in Collaborative Practices in Family Law by IACP. Develops studies and works in this area integrating interdisciplinary teams as a health professional. Trained in Collaborative and Dialogic Practices by Interfaci, Houston Galveston Institute and Taos Institute. Author and Co-author of articles on these topics. He is part of the formation team of Blog Mediando Por Aí.

Samantha Pelajo
http://lattes.cnpq.br/4800744002765511

Lawyer with training in collaborative practices; Mediator trained by MEDIARE and certified by ICFML (advanced) and TJRJ (senior); doctoral student at PPGDIN / UFF; master from PPGSD / UFF and IUKB; effective advisor to OABRJ, co-founder and president of its Commission and Mediation Chamber; advisory advisor to the OABCF Mediation Commission; professor at the Law Department at PUC-Rio, co-founder and coordinator of her Interdisciplinary Conflict Mediation Group; vice president of the MEDIARE Institute and coordinator of its Families and Succession sector; professor and supervisor of MEDIARE; co-author of several books; coordinator and co-author of the books “Mediation in the New Civil Procedure Code” and “Conflict Mediation: for beginners, practitioners and teachers”.

Vânia Izzo de Abreu
http://lattes.cnpq.br/1733678434364098

Psychologist, specializing in clinical and legal psychology at CRP / RJ. Family and Couple Therapist. Mediator trained by MEDIARE. It integrates its Mediation Chamber, its teaching team and Coord. Adjunct to Community and School Mediation Sectors. It also includes the Sectors of Collaborative Practices, Teaching and the Family and Succession Sector. Senior Mediator for TJRJ, member of the Mediation Commission of OAB / RJ and its Mediation Chamber and FGV / RJ Projetos. Supervises the actual practice in mediation of conflicts of students in training by MEDIARE at CEJUSCs in Centro and Barra da Tijuca (cases arising from JECrins, Family Courts, Civil, Business and Pre-Procedural) and at Coord. of Mediation of the Public D. of the Est. of RJ. He teaches on the topic of Conflict Mediation and Facilitation of Dialogues in courses of MEDIARE, OABRJ, PUCRJ, MP and DP of the State of RJ. Trained in Collaborative Practices in Family Law by IACP. Develops studies and works in this area integrating interdisciplinary teams as a health professional. Conducts private mediations. Speaker at events in the area of ​​Conflict Mediation and Facilitation of Dialogue. Author and Co-author of articles on these topics. He is part of the formation team of Blog Mediando Por Aí.