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<p style="font-size: 12px; margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 15px; margin-left: 0px; color: #666666; line-height: 17px; padding: 0px">&nbsp;</p><p style="font-size: 12px; margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 15px; margin-left: 0px; color: #666666; line-height: 17px; padding: 0px">Sessions from the 2010 National Mediation Conference in Adelaide, Australia</p><p style="font-size: 12px; margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 15px; margin-left: 0px; color: #666666; line-height: 17px; padding: 0px">------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p style="font-size: 12px; margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 15px; margin-left: 0px; color: #666666; line-height: 17px; padding: 0px">&nbsp;<strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/keynote_alain_lempereur.mp3">Keynote speaker Alain Lempereur</a>:</strong>&nbsp;<em>Professor, Public and Private Policy Department Negotiation and Mediation Chair,</em>&nbsp;Founder and Professor Chair ESSEC Business School Paris Singapore, France</p><p style="font-size: 12px; margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 15px; margin-left: 0px; color: #666666; line-height: 17px; padding: 0px">------------------------------------------------</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session1.mp3">Session 1</a></strong>: Benchmarking Mediation: Experienced Mediators Offer Advice About Overcoming Challenges Frequently Encountered in Mediation -&nbsp;<em><strong>Susan Raines</strong></em><em>, Kennesaw State University, USA</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session2.mp3">Session 2</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Beyond Technique: Mindful Transformative Mediation: Combining the Frameworks&nbsp;<em><strong>Anet Kate</strong></em><em>, AK Solutions,</em>&nbsp;Auckland New Zealand</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session4.mp3">Session 4</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Family Law: Mediation under the microscope&nbsp;<em><strong>Mandy Flahavin</strong></em><em>, Relationships Australia</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session6a.mp3">Session 6a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Shared parenting: Current research and implications for family law dispute resolution&nbsp;<em><strong>Jennifer McIntosh</strong></em><em>, Ph.D., Family Transitions and La Trobe University, Melbourne</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session6b.mp3">Session 6b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;But is it any use? Practising theory, theorising practice&nbsp;<em><strong>Barbara Wilson</strong></em><em>, United Kingdom</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session7a.mp3">Session 7a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Judges As Mediators-The Good News-The Bad News&nbsp;<em><strong>Pat Cavanagh</strong></em><em>, Adjunct Associate Professor, Faculty</em>&nbsp;of Law, Bond University</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session7b.mp3">Session 7b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;When to conduct ADR In the Litigation World, should it be before Issue, after completion of Interrogatory Procedures.&nbsp;<em><strong>Marcel Alter</strong></em><em>, Solicitor/Dispute Resolver</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session8a.mp3">Session 8a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Designing Dispute Resolution Schemes - Lessons from Workers Compensation and Magistrates Courts Nerida Wallace<em>, Transformation Management Services Pty Ltd</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session8b.mp3">Session 8b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Facilitating and Mediating Complex Environmental Negotiations: Lessons Learned from Case Study Research of the NSW Water and Vegetation Committees.&nbsp;<em><strong>Julian Prior</strong></em><em>, University of New England</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session9a.mp3">Session 9a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Mediation Meets Collaboration.&nbsp;<em><strong>Marguerite Picard</strong></em><em>, Melbourne Collaborative Alliance</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session9b.mp3">Session 9b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Avoiding the Battle Scars [<em>multidisciplinary approach to collaborative practice</em>].&nbsp;<em><strong>Amanda Shea Hart</strong></em><em>,</em>&nbsp;Child &amp; Family Specialist</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session9c.mp3">Session 9c</a>:</strong>&nbsp;To Differentiate or Not Differentiate: When do we proceed or sign a certificate?&nbsp;<em><strong>Ena Shaw</strong></em><em>, Relationships</em>&nbsp;Australia Victoria</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session9d.mp3">Session 9d</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Slicing the Pie [<em>techniques mediators can use to maximise productive outcomes for family law property</em>&nbsp;disputes].&nbsp;<em><strong>John Cleary</strong></em><em>, Relationships Australia Queensland</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session10a.mp3">Session 10a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Does It Make A Difference To The Outcome If Mediation Is Compulsory?&nbsp;<em><strong>Wendy Kazianis</strong></em><em>,</em>&nbsp;Department of Labour (NZ)</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session10b.mp3">Session 10b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;The Adventures of Max Mediator - Rescuing, sabotage and resistance - the politics of workplace conflict and strategies for overcoming them.<em><strong>Tony Newport</strong></em><em>, Newport and Wildman</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session10c.mp3">Session 10c</a>:</strong>&nbsp;&#39;Creating the Future&#39; - Viewing Judicial Mediation Through the Lens of Constitutional Law.&nbsp;<em><strong>Sarah Murray</strong></em><em>,</em>&nbsp;University of Western Australia</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session11a.mp3">Session 11a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Process Architecture in the Family Court - The less adversarial model&nbsp;<em><strong>The Hon. Chief Justice Diana</strong></em>&nbsp;Bryant<em>,</em>&nbsp;<em><strong>Dianne Gibson</strong></em><em>, Director Child Dispute Services, Family Court of Australia</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session11b.mp3">Session 11b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Forum Whether you like it or not: family dispute resolution in the shadow of the law&nbsp;<em><strong>Richard Trevaskis</strong></em><em>,</em>&nbsp;The Federal Magistrates Court</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session12a.mp3">Session 12a:</a></strong>&nbsp;Genevieve Nihill. ADR member for the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal. Looking at challenges in civil claims work.</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session12b.mp3">Session 12b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Environmental mediation.&nbsp;<strong>Dr Julian Prior</strong></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session13a.mp3">Session 13a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Matchmaking - people, process, perspective: The Defence Department&#39;s Fairness and Resolution Centres three years on.&nbsp;<em><strong>Liz Halsmith</strong></em><em>, Department of Defence</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session13b.mp3">Session 13b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Formalising Professional Development for Mediators in the Department of Defence.&nbsp;<em><strong>Cecile Whatman</strong></em><em>,</em>&nbsp;Alternative Resolutions and Equity, Fairness and Resolution Branch, Department of Defence</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session13c.mp3">Session 13c</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Interactive Problem Solving - Promoting Model Workplace Behaviour in Defence.&nbsp;<em><strong>Helen Marks</strong></em><em>,</em>&nbsp;Directorate of Alternative Resolutions and Equity</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session14a.mp3">Session 14a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Breaking through the Barriers: The Role of Lawyer Assisted Mediation in Child Protection.&nbsp;<em><strong>Julie Jackson</strong></em><em>,</em>&nbsp;Legal Aid WA</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session14b.mp3">Session 14b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;The Wild West, FDR in the Underbelly.&nbsp;<em><strong>Ena Shaw</strong></em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session14c.mp3">Session 14c</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Conflict Coaching: A Tool for Managing the Outrage.&nbsp;<em>Margaret Buchanan, Victoria University;</em>&nbsp;<em><strong>Lynora</strong></em>&nbsp;Brooke</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session15.mp3">Session 15</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Mediator Bias - The Elephant in the Room.&nbsp;<em><strong>Andrea Cotter-Moroz</strong></em><em>, Barrister/Mediator</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session16.mp3">Session 16</a>:</strong>&nbsp;I give in: the unexpected role of surrender in mediation&nbsp;<em><strong>Alysoun Boyle</strong></em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session18.mp3">Session 18</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Entering the surf: mediation in the shark-infested waters of organisations.&nbsp;<em><strong>David Bryson</strong></em><em>, David Bryson &amp;</em>&nbsp;Associates Pty Ltd</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session19.mp3">Session 19</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Relational Mediation.&nbsp;<em><strong>Rick Greene</strong></em><em>,</em>&nbsp;<em><strong>Bill Hewlett</strong></em><em>, Relationships Australia NSW</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session21a.mp3">Session 21a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Prospects of ADR for Cross-Border Investment Disputes&nbsp;<em><strong>Laurence Boulle</strong></em><em>, Director, Mandela Institute for</em>&nbsp;Global Economic Law University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session21b.mp3">Session 21b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Challenging Western Constructs of Mediation: Implications for Australia&#39;s National Mediation Standards Associate Professor&nbsp;<em><strong>Dale Bagshaw,</strong></em><em>University of South Australia</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session22a.mp3">Session 22a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Second Track Dialogue as a Mechanism for Peace Building in the International Arena.&nbsp;<em><strong>Melissa Conley-</strong></em>&nbsp;<em><strong>Tyler</strong></em><em>, Australian Institute of International Affairs</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session22b.mp3">Session 22b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Mediation and negotiation across the fence: Aboriginal and non- indigenous mediation practice&nbsp;<em><strong>Craig</strong></em>&nbsp;Jones</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session23a.mp3">Session 23a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Mediation and Mediator Self-Care: A Non-violent Communication Approach.&nbsp;<em><strong>Ike Lasater</strong></em><em>, Words That</em>&nbsp;Work, Poland</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session23b.mp3">Session 23b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Conflict Coaching: is it mediation for one?&nbsp;<em><strong>Robert Turner</strong></em><em>, Department of Defence</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session24a.mp3">Session 24a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;The integrative approach to family dispute resolution at Anglicare, WA.&nbsp;<em><strong>Lesley Bracebridge</strong></em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session24b.mp3">Session 24b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Professional Supervision in Family Dispute Resolution.&nbsp;<em><strong>Robyn Priestley</strong></em><em>, Positive Solutions</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session24c.mp3">Session 24c</a>:</strong>&nbsp;A New Narrative for Mediation and its Ethics: Celebrating the Past and Creating the Future&nbsp;<em><strong>Rachael Field</strong></em><em>,</em>&nbsp;Queensland University of Technology</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session25a.mp3">Session 25a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;The value of &quot;Authentic&quot; and &quot;less than Authentic&quot; Apologies: Insights from Research&nbsp;<em><strong>Robyn Carroll</strong></em><em>, Law</em>&nbsp;School, The University of Western Australia. Mediator Neutrality: A socio- legal model for understanding practice.&nbsp;<em><strong>Susan Douglas</strong></em><em>, University of the Sunshine Coast</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session25b.mp3">Session 25b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Challenges to Workplace Mediation.&nbsp;<em><strong>Peter O&#39;Brien</strong></em><em>, Third Party Neutral Pty Ltd</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session26.mp3">Session 26</a>:</strong>&nbsp;From Nietzsche to Neuroscience: 3- Dimensional Models for Mediator Training and Practice<strong>.</strong>&nbsp;<em><strong>Jill Howieson</strong></em><em>,</em>&nbsp;UWA Law School,&nbsp;<em><strong>Nadja Alexander</strong></em><em>, School of Law, City University of Hong Kong</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session27.mp3">Session 27</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Sticks and stones will break my bones, and names will also hurt me: An exploratory study of managers accused of workplace bullying.&nbsp;<em><strong>Moira Jenkins</strong></em>&nbsp;<em>&#39;Aboto&#39;, Psychology and Workplace Conflict Management</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session28.mp3">Session 28</a>:</strong>&nbsp;The Australian Standards and Mediator Intelligence.&nbsp;<em><strong>Peter Marshall</strong></em><em>,</em>&nbsp;<em><strong>Patricia Marshall</strong></em>&nbsp;<em>MEL Conflict and</em>&nbsp;Educational Consultancy</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session29.mp3">Session 29</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Child Focussed Mediation and Child Inclusive Mediation in practice: an overview of service delivery.&nbsp;<em><strong>April</strong></em>&nbsp;<em><strong>O&#39;Mara</strong></em><em>, Relationships Australia Queensland</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session31.mp3">Session 31</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Facilitating multi- party engagements: recent South African experience in generating transformative Outcomes.&nbsp;<em><strong>John Brand</strong></em><em>,</em>&nbsp;<em><strong>Chris Todd</strong></em><em>, and</em><em><strong>Charles Nupen</strong></em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session32a.mp3">Session 32a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Religion and power. The cultural context of mediation in rural Cambodia.&nbsp;<em><strong>Damien Coghlan</strong></em><em>, University of</em>&nbsp;South Australia</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session32b.mp3">Session 32b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Navigating uncharted waters: culturally appropriate conflict resolution education with local co-trainers&nbsp;<em><strong>Serge Loode</strong></em><em>, Australian Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session34a.mp3">Session 34a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Gender is the issue in domestic violence, but that&#39;s not the end of the story.&nbsp;<em><strong>Rebecca Burnett- Smith</strong></em><em>,</em>&nbsp;Centacare Broken Bay</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session34b.mp3">Session 34b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;<strong>Lola Akin Ojelabi</strong>&nbsp;&amp;&nbsp;<strong>Helen Cleak</strong></p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session35.mp3">Session 35</a>:</strong>&nbsp;The impact of poor communication on healthcare complaints: conciliation an effective ADR tool to resolve conflict arising from poor communication and contribute to better outcomes in healthcare.&nbsp;<em><strong>Elisa Petranich</strong></em>&nbsp;<em>Health</em>&nbsp;Quality and Complaints Commission</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session36a.mp3">Session 36a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Indigenous Dispute Resolution - the Policy Context.&nbsp;<em>Professor the</em>&nbsp;<em><strong>Hon Murray Kellam</strong></em>&nbsp;<em>AO, Chair</em>&nbsp;NADRAC</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session36b.mp3">Session 36b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Solid Work You Mob are Doing: Case Studies in Indigenous Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management in Australia Report to NADRAC by the Federal Court of Australia 2009.&nbsp;<em><strong>Dr Gaye Sculthorpe</strong></em>&nbsp;<em>Member Native Title</em>&nbsp;Tribunal and NADRAC Council Member</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session36c.mp3">Session 36c</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Case Studies Mornington Island Restorative Justice Project.&nbsp;<em><strong>Phil Venables</strong></em><em>, MIRJ Project Manager</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session36d.mp3">Session 36d</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Coaching for the &#39;Ponki&#39; mediation on the Tiwi Islands.<em>,</em>&nbsp;<em><strong>Helen Bishop</strong></em>&nbsp;<em>Lecturer Centre for Aboriginal</em>&nbsp;<em>Studies Curtin University,</em>&nbsp;<em><strong>Ippei Okazaki</strong></em><em>, Nationally Accredited Mediator and coach Community Justice Centre NT -</em>&nbsp;<em>Department of Justice,</em>&nbsp;<em><strong>Maureen Abbott</strong></em><em>, Indigenous Mediator</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session36e.mp3">Session 36e</a>:</strong>&nbsp;<strong>Justice Albie Sachs</strong></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session37a.mp3">Session 37a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;The State Sport Dispute Centre.&nbsp;<em><strong>Jan Sutherland</strong></em>&nbsp;<em>JP, Chief Executive Officer, the South Australian Sports</em>&nbsp;Federation (Sport S.A.).</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session37b.mp3">Session 37b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Enhancing accessibility and responsiveness to FDR for families from culturally diverse backgrounds&nbsp;<em><strong>Susan Armstrong</strong></em><em>, School of Law, University of Western Sydney;</em>&nbsp;<em><strong>Paula Bruce</strong></em><em>, Anglicare, Manager, FRC Parramatta;</em>&nbsp;<em><strong>Ross Butler</strong></em><em>, Catholiccare, Manager, FRC Bankstown</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session37c.mp3">Session 37c</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Telephone Dispute Resolution Utilising Co-Mediation Tdr Co Waiting Waiting Waiting - Bias Bias Bias-Blame Blame Blame Complaints!!!.<em><strong>Jean-Marcel</strong></em>&nbsp;<em>Elizer Malliat MDR;</em><em><strong>Naomi Holtring</strong></em>&nbsp;<em>MDR InterMEDIATE Dispute</em>&nbsp;Management</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session38a.mp3">Session 38a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Successful franchise mediation: A big ask for commercial mediators.&nbsp;<em><strong>Nathalie Birt</strong></em><em>, The</em>&nbsp;Accord</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session38b.mp3">Session 38b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Workshop: Mediation and qualitative research interviewing - commonalities and differences.&nbsp;<em><strong>Patricia</strong></em>&nbsp;<em><strong>Marshall</strong></em><em>, MEL Conflict and Educational Consultancy</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session39a.mp3">Session 39a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;How do you engage with men in regional areas and link them with appropriate services.&nbsp;<strong>Mark Brays</strong>, Family dispute resolution practitioner, Mt Gambier</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session39b.mp3">Session 39b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Imprisoned fathers&#39; experiences of the family law changes and how family dispute resolution can help them and their children.&nbsp;<em><strong>Norma Williams</strong></em><em>, Midland Family Relationship Centre - Centrecare WA</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session40a.mp3">Session 40a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Interventions and Strategies for Mediators Working with High Conflict Personalities.&nbsp;<em><strong>Sandra Fenton</strong></em><em>, Penny</em>&nbsp;Holmes Family Mediation Centre</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session40b.mp3">Session 40b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;David and Goliath Go To Mediation: Dealing With Power Imbalance.&nbsp;<em><strong>Amie Cousins</strong></em>&nbsp;<em>Financial</em>&nbsp;Ombudsman Service</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session41a.mp3">Session 41a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Model for Practice for Mediation with Aboriginal Families in Central Australia.&nbsp;<em><strong>Cheryl Ross</strong></em><em>, &amp;</em>&nbsp;<em><strong>Pru Gell</strong></em>&nbsp;<em>Relationships Australia.</em>&nbsp;Resources developed for indigenous clients in the family law field,&nbsp;<strong>Denise Johnson</strong></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session41b.mp3">Session 41b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Q &amp; A with&nbsp;<strong>Phil Venables, Uncle Bobby, Aunty Louisa, Monty Stubbings</strong>&nbsp;&amp;&nbsp;<strong>Lyndsay Smith</strong></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session42a.mp3">Session 42a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Online mediation - the development of an integrated approach to service delivery.&nbsp;<em><strong>Mark Thomson</strong></em><em>,</em>&nbsp;Relationships Australia Queensland Are We Ready for Online Family Dispute Resolution?: Lessons Learned from Models of Technology Acceptance&nbsp;<em><strong>Tristan Casey</strong></em><em>, Relationships Australia Queensland</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session42b.mp3">Session 42b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;The Management of Complex Behaviour Disputes in Mediation: A Strategic Case Management Approach&nbsp;<em><strong>Nadia Stadtkus</strong></em><em>, Southern Community Justice Centre</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session43a.mp3">Session 43a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Conflict on Teams: Addressing Sources not Symptoms.&nbsp;<em><strong>Kathryn McEwen</strong></em><em>, Coach Partners</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session43b.mp3">Session 43b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;<strong>Stephen Walsh QC</strong></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session44a.mp3">Session 44a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Is it ever appropriate to conduct Family Dispute Resolution in the context of family violence?&nbsp;<em><strong>Paula Bruce</strong></em><em>, Anglicare</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session44b.mp3">Session 44b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Family Dispute Resolution (FDR) is different for Recently Separated Parents.&nbsp;<em>Ian Fletcher, Hobart</em>&nbsp;Family Relationship Centre</p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session44c.mp3">Session 44c</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Ready Or Not!? Family Dispute Resolution With Parents in High Conflict Within a Parenting Orders Program.&nbsp;<em><strong>Robin Howard</strong></em><em>,</em>&nbsp;<em><strong>Andreas Doerr</strong></em><em>, Anglicare SA</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session45a.mp3">Session 45a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Theory &amp; Practice: What Empirical Study Tells Us About the Future of the National Mediation Accreditation Standards.&nbsp;<em><strong>Lynne Richards&nbsp;</strong></em><em>Australian Commercial Disputes Centre (ACDC)</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session45b.mp3">Session 45b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Mediating to end violent conflicts some reflections.&nbsp;<strong>Rachael Heart</strong></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session46.mp3">Session 46</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Q&amp;A Five experienced mediators answering practice questions and dilemmas.&nbsp;<em><strong>Steven Walsh QC</strong></em><em>,</em>&nbsp;<em><strong>Moira</strong></em>&nbsp;<em><strong>Jenkins</strong></em><em>,</em>&nbsp;<em><strong>Michael Lang</strong></em><em>,</em>&nbsp;<em><strong>Barbara Wilson</strong></em><em>,</em>&nbsp;<em><strong>John Brand</strong></em><em>, facilitated by Fiona Hollier</em></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session49a.mp3">Session 49a</a>:</strong>&nbsp;Community Legal Centres and Mediation round table.&nbsp;<strong>Dr Lola Ojelabi</strong></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session49b.mp3">Session 49b</a>:</strong>&nbsp;ADR social justice and community law.&nbsp;<strong>Lucy O&#39;Brian</strong></p><p>------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p style="font-size: 12px; margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 15px; margin-left: 0px; color: #666666; line-height: 17px; padding: 0px"><strong><a style="color: #004c75; text-decoration: none" href="http://www.mediationconference.net.au/nmc-2010/audio/session51.mp3">Session 51</a>:</strong>&nbsp;NADRAC Research Forum Report:&nbsp;<strong>Murray Kellem</strong>&nbsp;</p><p style="font-size: 12px; margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 15px; margin-left: 0px; color: #666666; line-height: 17px; padding: 0px">------------------------------------------------&nbsp;</p><p style="font-size: 12px; margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 15px; margin-left: 0px; color: #666666; line-height: 17px; padding: 0px"><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://podcasts.cpradr.org/cpradr/mp3/IDN87.mp3" target="_blank">Go Sit Under the Mango Tree: Globalization and Mediation</a><br />Harvard&#39;s Caroline Rees discusses how mediation fits into corporate social responsibility efforts.</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://www.cpradr.org/tabid/45/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/549/Default.aspx" target="_blank">NBC Universal--Part 2, Mediating Disputes in the Film and Television Industries</a><br />In Part 2 of a discussion on domestic and international conflict resolution in the entertainment field, you&rsquo;ll find out why NBC Universal mediates most of its disputes. Susan E. Weiner, NBC&rsquo;s New York-based executive vice president and deputy general counsel, and David L. Burg, of Universal City, Calif., who is senior vice president for litigation, explains why the company uses and enforces a multistep contract clause requiring negotiation and mediation before the television network and film studio takes the party on the other side of the table to court.</p><p style="padding-right: 0px; padding-left: 0px; padding-bottom: 5px; padding-top: 5px; margin: 0px">------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://www.cpradr.org/tabid/45/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/546/Default.aspx" target="_blank">NBC Universal - Disputes in the International Entertainment Industries</a><br />Disputes at a television network attract a great deal attention, and need a great deal of conflict management skills. Not to mention cutting-edge tools. Two top lawyers at NBC Universal Inc. talk discovery, arbitration, mediation, and the nature of business disputes in the first of two parts. The guests for the next two weeks are New York-based Susan Weiner, who is executive vice president and deputy general counsel, and David L. Burg, of Universal City, Calif., who is senior vice president for litigation.</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://podcasts.cpradr.org/cpradr/mp3/idn65.mp3" target="_blank">Part II: Turning Mediation Into a Global Profession, Why IMI?</a></p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://podcasts.cpradr.org/cpradr/mp3/idn64.mp3" target="_blank">Part I: Turning Mediation Into a Global Profession, Why IMI?</a><br />The IMI accrediting program is designed to fill in gaps for businesses wanting to avoid litigation abroad, but which don&rsquo;t have enough information about neutrals who can do the work. The theory is that improved information on neutrals will increase access, and the use of mediation. And the result will be less wasteful litigation.</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://podcasts.cpradr.org/cpradr/mp3/idn53.mp3" target="_blank">So You Want to Be an Effective Mediator? Ben Picker Return</a><br />One of the nation&rsquo;s top law firm ADR practitioners, Bennett G. Picker, of Philadelphia&#39;s Stradley Ronon Stevens &amp; Young, returns to talk about what it takes to be a great mediator.</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://podcasts.cpradr.org/cpradr/mp3/idn52.mp3" target="_blank">Becoming Your Own &#39;Amiable Compositeur&#39;: Arb-Med with Mercedes Tarrazon</a><br />Mercedes Tarrazon explains a practice that she has adapted in a variety of commercial conflict resolution settings around the world.</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://podcasts.cpradr.org/cpradr/mp3/idn50.mp3" target="_blank">ADR Through a Corporate Looking Glass</a><br />Alexander J. Oddy, Partner of the London-based law firm Herbert Smith, talks about Inside Track, a comprehensive commercial conflict resolution report.</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://podcasts.cpradr.org/cpradr/mp3/idn48.mp3" target="_blank">Mediation in Belgium, Romania and Spain</a><br />Helena De Backer, name partner in Brussels&rsquo; De Backer &amp; Bastin, and founder and current president of the Brussels Business Mediation Center; Constantin-Adi Gavrila is director of the Craiova Mediation Center, and president of the Mediation Centers Union in Romania; and Mercedes Tarrazon is an independent mediator and arbitrator in Barcelona.</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://s3.amazonaws.com/CPR/IDN45.mp3" target="_blank">Back to the Future in Conflict Resolution</a></p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://s3.amazonaws.com/CPR/IDN26.mp3" target="_blank">Evolution of Dispute Resolution</a><br /><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://rlcarneiro.com/">Robert L. Carneiro,</a>&nbsp;sociologist,&nbsp;anthropologist,&nbsp;the American Museum of Natural History&nbsp;curator,&nbsp;Columbia University.</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><div style="padding: 0px; margin: 0px"><div style="padding: 0px; margin: 0px"><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://s3.amazonaws.com/CPR/IDN44.mp3" target="_blank">Mediating Across Cultures with Joanna Kalowski</a><br />Joanna Kalowski reflecting her intense mediation experiences across borders and with indigenous people, both in government and in private practice.</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://s3.amazonaws.com/CPR/IDN41.mp3" target="_blank">Part 2: Bringing Oxytocin to the Room</a></p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://s3.amazonaws.com/CPR/IDN41.mp3" target="_blank">Part1: Bringing Oxytocin to the Room</a><br />Santa Monica attorney-neutral-educator&nbsp;<a style="outline-style: none" href="http://www.kennethcloke.com/" target="_blank">Kenneth Cloke</a>, founder and leader of Mediators Beyond Borders.</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://s3.amazonaws.com/CPR/IDN40.mp3" target="_blank">Mediator&#39;s Handbook After 25 Years</a><br />Jenny Beer, author of the seminal, cross-discipline guide,&nbsp;<a style="outline-style: none" href="http://www.newsociety.com/bookid/3706" target="_blank">The Mediator&#39;s Handbook</a>, co-authored in 1982.</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://s3.amazonaws.com/CPR/IDN39.mp3" target="_blank">Part 2: Mediating with Hard Negotiators</a></p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://s3.amazonaws.com/CPR/IDN30.mp3" target="_blank">Part 1: Dealing with Hard Negotiators</a><br />John Wade,&nbsp;Australian mediator,&nbsp;educator and practitioner</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://s3.amazonaws.com/CPR/IDN31.mp3" target="_blank">Mediation as Opportunity</a><br />Ben Picker, veteran mediator/trainer, a partner in Philadelphia&#39;s Stradley Ronon Stevens &amp; Young, LLP; a member of both the International Academy of Mediators and the American College of Civil Trial mediators.</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://s3.amazonaws.com/CPR/IDN27.mp3" target="_blank">Mediating from Singapore</a><br />Christopher Lau, a senior counsel at Three Verulam Buildings, London-based barristers&rsquo; chambers. Christopher is in the firm&rsquo;s Singapore office, and is a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators; the United Kingdom&rsquo;s Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration.</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://s3.amazonaws.com/CPR/IDN22.mp3" target="_blank">Mediation in The Netherlands</a><br />Manon Schonewille, managing director of ACB Mediation Corporate Conflict Management, The Netherlands.&nbsp;</p><div style="padding: 0px; margin: 0px"><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://s3.amazonaws.com/CPR/IDN16.mp3" target="_blank">How to Borrow a Mediator&#39;s Powers</a><br />Prof. Dwight Golann, &nbsp;Boston&rsquo;s Suffolk University Law School.</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://s3.amazonaws.com/CPR/IDN13.mp3" target="_blank">ADR-centric Civil Justice Reforms in the UK</a><br />Lord Harry Woolf, former Lord Chief Justice of England &amp; Wales and&nbsp;CPR Institute President Kathy Bryan. &nbsp;</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://s3.amazonaws.com/CPR/IDN11.mp3" target="_blank">International Mediation</a><br />Karl Mackie, chief executive of the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR).</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://s3.amazonaws.com/CPR/IDN10.mp3" target="_blank">Corporate Dispute Resolution</a><br />Wolf von Kumberg, Assistant General Counsel and Legal Director-Europe,&nbsp;Northrop Grumman Corporation.</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://s3.amazonaws.com/CPR/IDN9.mp3" target="_blank">Great Mediators</a><br />Jay Welsh, General Counsel of JAMS.</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://s3.amazonaws.com/CPR/IDN7.mp3" target="_blank">Mediating with Arbitration Institutions</a><br />Melanie Meilhac of ICC and Mark Appel of ICDR/AAA.</p><p>------------------------------------------------ </p><p><a style="outline-style: none" href="http://s3.amazonaws.com/CPR/IDN3.mp3" target="_blank">International Mediation</a><br />Thierry Garby,&nbsp;President, Union Internationale des Avocats (UIA) World Forum of Mediation Centres.</p></div></div></div><p style="font-size: 12px; margin-top: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 15px; margin-left: 0px; color: #666666; line-height: 17px; padding: 0px">&nbsp;&nbsp;</p>