The Key Role of Mediation in International Parental Child Abduction Cases – by Ambassador Susan S. Jacobs – 5-min Video

On May 9, 2013 Ambassador Susan S. Jacobs testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs, and talked about the key role of mediation for resolving International parental abduction cases

 

If you are interested in this topic, you may find useful to watch our May 25, 2013  interview with Sabine Walsh, a certified International mediator and member of the European Network of International Family Mediators. During that 30-min interview, we talked about :

  • How mediation of international parental child abduction cases works in Europe
  • The comediation model used for those mediations
  • How parents can find qualified mediators in their European country
  • Where other mediators, who are interested to mediate those cases, can get some specialized training
  • What was discussed during the May 18, 2013 conference “Mediation in Cases of International Family Conflict and Child Abduction” held in Galway, Ireland
  • How online mediation can allow parents to participate in mediation, safely, conveniently, and  inexpensively – without having to travel to another country
  • The upcoming online mediation simulations that we’ll run and video record in our Virtual Mediation Lab, to show parents around the world what (online) mediation means and how it works