Peer Mediation

Peer Mediation

Our day to day fights, issues, problems, disputes and conflicts are large part of growing up and of our lives. All of us experience fights, issues, problems, disputes and conflicts at home, school, with family, relatives, friends, other members of society and sometimes within ourselves. We may experience conflict in the form of name-calling, disrespectful behavior, being mistrusted, favouritism, teasing, taunting, pushing, dominating, bullying, being exploited and fighting. These experiences disturb us and often lead to emotional and physical violence. We also face issues and disputes arising out of sharing, dividing responsibilities and working out our relationship with other children and adults. Often we are unable to deal with our fights, issues, problems, disputes and conflicts. Ignoring, avoiding the problem or resorting to aggression and violence will not help us find real solutions. In fact these methods often create more problems or worsen them.

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Maadhyam aims to build capacity with a global outlook. Our team is committed to advance your skills and techniques of conflict resolution.