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Neutrality generally refers to a position of benevolent abstention or armed, or an absence of implication. In mediation, neutrality defines the mediator's position regarding the solution adopted by the parties.

Neutrality is different from impartiality. Impartiality concerns the relationship of the mediator to the parties while neutrality focuses on the nature and type of the chosen decision (defined by the parties) that aims at putting an end to the conflict of the protagonists.

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