International mediation

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Mediation is called international mediation when several nationalities are concerned.

[edit] Description

May it concern moral entities (especially for commercial reasons) or individuals of different nationalities involved in a civil conflict, a support system (conflict resolution) can be established.

The civil, family or trade mediation grows more and more, and even receives encouragements from national and international institutions.

There are structures in many countries that aim to promote interventions of mediators, such as MAMIF in France, even if their functioning can sometimes leave skeptical regarding impartiality, neutrality and confidentiality.

[edit] International Conventions and Official texts Reference

The number of conventions is important, and evolves according to the agreements between the states regarding the recognition of Human Rights and the recourse into mediation.

  • Hague Convention of October 25, 1980 1;
  • List of States related to France for an administrative and judicial cooperation regarding illicit displacements of children: European Union, Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bosnia Hezegovine, Brazil, Bulgaria, Burkina Faso, Canada, Chile, China, Cyprus, Congo (Brazzaville), Croatia, Denmark, Djibouti, Egypt, Estonia, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Morocco, Mauritius, Mexico, Moldova, Monaco, Niger, Norway, New Zealand, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Romania, United States, Senegal, Serbia Montenegro, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, Chad, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Venezuela;
  • Luxembourg Convention of May 20, 1980 (concluded in the Council of Europe) 2;
  • European Regulation "Brussels II bis" regarding parental responsibility;
  • New York Convention of November 24, 1989;
  • Bilateral Conventions: Algeria, Austria, Benin, Brazil, Canada, Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Hungary, Lebanon, Morocco, Niger, Portugal, Czech Republic, Senegal, Slovakia, Chad, Togo, Tunisia.
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