The Right2Mediation-Programme is a programme to support young people in vulnerable situations. It is split into the following areas:
- Street involved children-Programme (StreetKids-Programme)
- Mediation for children and youths (child rights-based mediation)
What is mediation and how can it help?
Mediation is an extrajudicial process for the constructive handling of conflicts, in which a neutral third party – mediator – supports the conflicting parties (clients) in finding their own solutions to the problem.
In other words: Mediation offers a platform for two or more people to get out of their conflict with one another.
Mediation is used in different areas of life. Examples include:
- Teacher-student conflicts (kindergarten, schools)
- Family-school or kindergarten conflicts
- Neighbourhoods (e.g. Housing associations, landlord-tenants, neighbours)
If you have any questions regarding the programme and/or have a conflict of your own please do not hesitate to contact us.
The mediation and support we offer is of course for you for free.
In the further pages you can find out about our areas we offer as the Right2Mediation-Programme.