The CEPEJ worked to enable a better implementation of the Recommendations of the Committee of Ministers concerning mediation.
In order to fulfil its tasks, the CEPEJ has in particular assessed the impact in the states of the existing Recommendations of the Committee of Ministers concerning mediation:
Recommendation (98) 1 on family mediation,
Recommendation (99) 19 concerning mediation in penal matters,
Recommendation (2001)9 on alternatives to litigation between administrative authorities and private parties,
Recommendation (2002) 10 on mediation in civil matters.
On this basis, the CEPEJ elaborated guidelines and specific measures aimed to ensure an effective implementation of those Recommendations.
Analysis on assessment of the impact of Council of
Europe recommendations concerning mediation
Current situation of and prospects for penal mediation
Julien LHUILLIER, Lecturer in Law, University of
Nancy (France), Scientific Expert
Mediation, report prepared at the request of the
Delegation of Switzerland
Informations and good practices of member states
Day of Civil Justice (Ljubljana, Slovenia), Seminar on
European cooperation in civil matters, Debate on the
Future of E-mediation, 25 October 2010
Restorative Justice: the Government's strategy,
Contribution by the United Kingdom
Claims Mediation Service at Manchester County Court and
roll out to all HMCS areas in England and Wales and
Conference on Mediation
24-25 May 2007
European Conference "Mediation in administrative matters"
Warsaw (Poland), 23-24 April 2007
Conference on "Preventing and managing international
Rome (Italy), 28-29 September 2007
Forum for Restorative Justice
Verona (Italy), 17-19 April 2008
Colloque "Médiation familiale internationale, un atout pour l’Europe"
Strasbourg (France), 26 et 27 juin 2008
Compte-rendu et perspectives de l’atelier du 27 juin 2008
"médiateurs familiaux en réseaux : agir et proposer pour la médiation