Revista de Mediación

Issue 3. First half 2009

  • Presentación: jueces y mediadores, ¿condenados a entendernos?

    By Santiago Madrid Liras

  • Court-Related Family Mediation: Reflections And Proposals Based On The Practice

    By Emiliano Martín González, Cristina Del Álamo Gutiérrez y Cristina González Corchuelo

     The Court-related Family Mediation constitutes a suitable method and a necessary alternative to the judicial classic systems for the management of the family conflicts derived from divorce, especially when children are involved. The authors, based on their experience in the Centers for Family Support (CAF) of the City of Madrid and in collaboration with the Family Courts of this city, contribute with reflections and offers proposals about the methodological and strategic requirements to achieve the expansion and consolidation of the Court-related Family Mediation in our country.

  • Family Mediation In Health Context

    By Melba Aragón De La Calle, Mª Luisa Pérez Caballero, Amparo Quintana García, Mar Del Rey Gómez-Morata y Elsa Rodríguez Gil

    Over a long time, family mediation has been used in separation and divorce. This is a very interesting domain but there are many others where family mediation can be used. This article refers to a specific approach of mediation on health problems. Difficulties may appear when the patient is not able to decide by him/herself and consensus have to be reached by the family members. In this article we explain how family mediation is useful to stop the increase in conflicts and to generate peaceful relationships within families. In the last part, we refer to a case this CAF dealt with regarding this kind of problems and the way that we addressed in from a interdisciplinary perspetive.

  • Context Of Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods

    By Josep Redorta

    This paper refers the crisis in classical judiciary systems. The resistances to change in judiciary actors are considered. Also, the different meanings in which mediation in the fields of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) could be understood are considered. It is presented here how we can articulate the relationship between ADR and the Justice Administration. Relevant criteria for the legal regulation of ADR, especially mediation, are mentioned. Different recommendations to authorities are made.

  • What Do We Mean When We Say “School Mediation”?

    By Daniel F. Martínez Zampa

    Currently, the term. mediation refers to differents meanings. In this paper, we try to explain wich meaning we think is the most appropiate one, and we present the research and work proposals made on School Mediation in the province of Chaco, Argentina.

What is Revista de Mediación

It is an academic, biannual, online, and free of charge journal on Mediation and other ADR, of high editorial quality, highlighted relevance and professional interest that encourages scientific study and rigor, best practices and innovation, analysis and positive resolution of conflict through alternative and peaceful ways (ADR). It is addressed to mediators, specialists in conflict analysis, management and resolution, and to those interested in these fields.

What articles are accepted

The “Revista de Mediación” management team considers the best authors and the most updated research projects that might be of interest for the entire mediation practitioners. Having quality papers is, ultimately, the main criterion to decide upon publication. In order to accurately respond to the professional principle this Journal aims at, we consider that it is appropriate to meet some requirements other publications, publication standards and writing books have in order to insure the relevance of the published topics.

How to submit papers

If you wish your article to be assessed for publication by “Revista de Mediación” please send the following documents to the email revistademediacion@imotiva.es templates can be downloaded here.