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Blindingly Optimistic

Blindingly Optimistic

By Daniel Kershen, CEDR Foundation Project Co-ordinator Research this weekend has revealed the reason behind the human proclivity of remaining positive, even in the face of grave adversity reports the BBC.  It turns out that “laughing in the face of danger” is not necessarily down to bravery or courage, but rather a propensity for the […]

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“A Little More Conversation, A Little Less Action”

“A Little More Conversation, A Little Less Action”

By Daniel Kershen, CEDR Foundation Project Coordinator Whether its nursing a tall Pepsi Cola in a shady bar in the backstreets of Memphis, eating what looks distinctly like a fried peanut butter and banana sandwich in a cafe off the High Street or sifting through the various badges and pins in the local bric-a-brack store, […]

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Why there should be more mediation in the NoW scandal

Why there should be more mediation in the NoW scandal

By Eileen Carroll, Deputy Chief Executive, CEDR and Mediator At the outset of the on-going story into phone hacking at the News of the World no-one could have predicted exactly how whole institutions; the government, the police and the media, would have become embroiled. The reverberations of this affairs are certainly being felt within the […]

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Don’t see red (cards) in employment disputes

Don’t see red (cards) in employment disputes

by Daniel Kershen, CEDR Foundation Co-ordinator The emphasis on workplace mediation is unfortunately yet to prevail in all workplace arenas.  Oh the beautiful game (aka. Football), how regularly you show us your fickle nature.  A recent case in point is the  former Chelsea manager’s premiership plight after the recent premiership title dogfight. For what might […]

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Pursuing Olympic Gold. Why Spurs may carry on the fight.

Pursuing Olympic Gold. Why Spurs may carry on the fight.

by Andy Rogers, Associate Director and Mediator, CEDR When someone takes a position in a challenge or competition in order to win, they become dedicated to that position and to a large extent it will dictate their actions and how they respond to subsequent events. It is with this in mind that we might interpret […]

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