The Mediation for All Project is dedicated to the dissemination of the practice of dialogue in daily life and as a means of seeking understanding in disagreements and in the negotiation of differences.

In addition to lectures and seminars, it offers social assistance for Mediation and Facilitation of Dialogues for everyone who participates in these learning spaces.

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    The Productive Dialogue is the means used to implement the self-composing methods, as well as to carry out daily negotiations and decision-making (personal or functional) that aim at legitimacy and articulation of differences, consensus and mutual benefit.

    Especially because contemporaneity honors diversity and speed in decision-making and is characterized by the speed of change and the shortening of the average life of ideas, dialogue was rescued as a primary tool for negotiating differences and seeking consensus.

    Skills for dialogue - soft skills, are indispensable resources for this scenario, which will also rely on algorithms as performers of repetitive tasks, requesting human socio-emotional skills for what will be its main differential - interpersonal relationships.

    In this year of 2021, MEDIARE is seeking two types of partnership to implement the general and specific objectives of the Mediation for All Project: (i) the student body of all graduations from university environments, in order to positively interfere in this second academic stage of training of subjects; and (ii) entities that work with socioeconomic and cultural minorities or minorities characterized by vulnerability, in order to expand in these groups skills for productive dialogue.

    Main goal

    In this year of 2021, MEDIARE is seeking two types of partnership to implement the general and specific objectives of the Mediation for All Project: (i) the student body of all graduations from university environments, in order to positively interfere in this second academic stage of training of subjects; and (ii) entities that work with socioeconomic and cultural minorities or minorities characterized by vulnerability, in order to expand in these groups skills for productive dialogue.

    Specific objectives

    1. publicize the institute of Mediation and Facilitation of Dialogues as resources for understanding and negotiating differences;
    2. contribute to the identification of dialogue as the best negotiation scenario for personal, functional and professional issues;
    3. expand skills for productive dialogue (the one that gains effectiveness), sharing some communication, negotiation, decision-making and conflict management tools with the participants of the lectures / seminars.

    The lectures (2h) and seminars (4h) will be the vehicle for the implementation of the Mediation for All Program, and will have its program suitable for the participating public, with four basic thematic axes:

    • conflicts are good opportunities to make changes;
    • everyday issues can be resolved through dialogue, reserving its judicialization as the ultimate resource;
    • differences can be managed by seeking consensus and mutually beneficial solutions;
    • decision-making and conflict management require dialogues or third party facilitators with skills

    The Mediation for All Project will be coordinated by Tania Almeida, who will act as a lecturer and teacher in its initial editions. Its continuity will count on the participation of the Bank of Hours of the MEDIARE Institute.

    Curriculum of the responsible teacher and Project Coordinator, Tania Almeida

    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 do Center for Effective Dispute Resolution - CEDAR 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 the Team of Experts from the Secretariat for the Reform of the Judiciary to draft the Brazilian Legal Framework for Mediation. 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.

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