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What might the future hold for Australia's mediator accreditation system? -- NMAS Review Recommendations Officially Released.

After completing an extensive review into Australia’s National Mediator Accreditation System, independent research firm Resolution Resources has delivered its 'Findings and Recommendations Report' to the Mediator Standards Board (the MSB).

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Mediator Standards Board bolsters mediation research with $50,000 grant

As Australia’s peak body for accredited mediators, the MSB is dedicated to complementing and supporting its member organisations in their efforts to implement the National Mediator Accreditation System (NMAS)...

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National Review of Australia’s Mediator Accreditation System Enters its Final Stages

The independent review of the National Mediator Accreditation System (NMAS), the framework governing Australia’s professional mediators, has now entered the final stages of consultation. The NMAS Review Survey launched last Monday, 14 February, and – as the consultation component of the NMAS Review – is being led by independent research firm Resolution Resources on behalf of the Mediator Standards Board (MSB).

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Mediator Standards Board awards first research grant

Australia’s Mediator Standards Board has officially launched the MSB Annual Research Grant and awarded its first research project this week.

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Mediation accreditation standards to be modernised

The Mediator Standards Board (MSB) has announced it will work with Melbourne-based Resolution Resources (RR) to review the National Mediator Accreditation System (NMAS) governing Australia’s professional mediators.

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Mediation 2.0 is coming: Australia’s Mediator Standards Board to modernise national accreditation standards for 2021 rollout

The Mediator Standards Board (MSB) has announced it will work with Melbourne-based Resolution Resources (RR) to review the National Mediator Accreditation System (NMAS) governing Australia’s professional mediators.

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