Neighbours / Community Problems

Noise, harassment, verbal abuse and anti-social behaviour can cause disagreements between neighbours and in communities. Mediation is often successful in resolving such problems. Case Study In a small row of terraced houses, a young couple with two young children moved into the middle house. The older neighbours complained …

How Mediation Works

Both parties are visited separately to talk about the facts and issues that are concerning them and how they would like them to be resolved. Information shared during the visits is private and confidential (with the exception of disclosure of serious abuse) unless otherwise agreed. All parties have …

Parent Teenager/ Family Mediation

Some disagreement between parents and teenagers is often a normal part of growing up. Adolescence can be a challenging time and many young people find it difficult to express their feelings and needs. Mediation helps and supports the re-building of relationships. Case Study All families have disagreements, and …

Restorative Practices within Schools

Part of West Kent Mediation’s work is training years five or six in Peer Mediation. Children work through role plays involving listening skills and body language. Co-operative games are played to help children find solutions to problems. The morning ends with two children role-playing a typical dispute. Twelve …

Restorative Justice – RJ

RJ encourages communication between victims and offenders with the support of mediators. It helps all those who have been involved in a crime to have a better understanding of what happened, who has been affected, and to move forward in a positive way. RJ enables victims to express …

Workplace Mediation

Helping to resolve conflicts within the workplace, including harassment, discrimination and bullying complaints. (Charges apply)

Homeless Mediation

Mediation can prevent young people being made homeless as a result of a breakdown in family relationships. Mediators help families start talking again.
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