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How does mediation differ from advocacy? Please choose one of the National ADR Organizations and give the class a brief description on what they do and the population they work with?

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Advocacy differs from mediation in that advocacy is arguing in favor of a cause or treatment of a need and mediation is an attempt to achieve a peaceful resolution or compromise where conflict or dissension already exists
The Carter Center would be one such organization. See ...

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