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International Mediation Center of KROK Business School

The International Mediation Center (IMC) began its work in October 2020. The prerequisite for the creation of the center was the experience of the KROK Business School team participating in the EU international project Erasmus + MEDIATS, which is designed to help educational institutions become key players in facilitating mediation processes in Azerbaijan, Georgia and Ukraine to strengthen democracy and objectively solve problems by acquiring the best European practices.

Thanks to its participation in the project, the KROK Business School launched a master's program "Mediation and Conflict Management" and began its implementation, established partnerships with organizations developing mediation in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Belarus, organized online conferences and other events to develop a culture of mediation in Ukraine.

The aim of the International Mediation Center is:

  • development of mediation as a type of activity for solving problems in various fields, such as commercial, labor mediation using non-violent communication,
  • exchange of experience with international partners, conducting research in mediation,
  • provision of training and certification services for the training of professional mediators;
  • maintaining a register of mediators;

KROK Business School invites partners to cooperate for joint research, creation of promising projects involving the popularization and development of mediation, the formation of a culture of dialogue, the training of qualified mediators for different countries and tasks.

Do you want to cooperate with IMC We are waiting for proposals for cooperation by mail: office(at)krok.edu.ua

Graduates of the Master in Mediation and Conflict Management program and the certificate level program “Basic skills of a mediator” are automatically included in the register of mediators of the International Mediation Center of KROK Business School after paying a membership fee for maintaining the register.

Others who wish to enter the register must pay a registration fee for maintaining the register and undergo testing to confirm the level of competence.