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Title: Historical origins of mediation
Authors: Cherevatiuk, Viktoriya
Cherevatiuk, Alina
Keywords: historical origins
justice system
impartial arbitrator
Issue Date: 26-Feb-2021
Publisher: National Aviation University
Citation: Cherevatiuk V. Historical origins of mediation / V. Cherevatiuk, A. Cherevatiuk // Сучасне право в епоху соціальних змін: [Матеріали ХІ Міжнародної науково – практичної конференції, м. Київ, Національний авіаційний університет, 26 лютого 2021 р.] Том 1.-Тернопіль: Вектор, 2021. - С. 113-115.
Abstract: The mediation in its modern form was formed only in the second half of the XX century, but its foundations were born much earlier. The mankind constantly seemed to walk around it, but for a long time did not dare to apply. The first ideas about mediation in the state in which we are accustomed to seeing it were voiced in 1976 in the United States, when a historic conference named after R. Pound entitled "Causes of public dissatisfaction with the administration of the US justice system", which made a real breakthrough in mediation. It was at the Pound Conference that two documents were published, which became the foundation for the most famous alternative way of resolving disputes.
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