Family Mediation in Europe: Proceedings, 4th European Conference on Family Law, Palais de L'Europe, Strasbourg, 1-2 October 1998
The conference brought together over 350 people with a professional interest in family mediation. The Council of Europe recommendation R 98 (1) encourages member states to introduce, promote and strengthen family mediation as an appropriate process for the resolution of family disputes, particularly those involving children in marital separation and divorce. The Conference proposed increasing promotion of mediation; assistance for cross-border mediation, training and accreditation of family mediators; assisting states to adopt family law practices that reduce family disputes.
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