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Linking Mediation and Advocacy to Human Services

1. Visit three web sites on the Internet to explore the information available linking mediation and advocacy to human services.
2. Also refer to Mediation ADR Websites.
3. For each website, write a one paragraph summary of how the site links mediation and advocacy in the human service field.

*Please give the website address on each of the sites you summarize.

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1. Visit three web sites on the Internet to explore the information available linking mediation and advocacy to human services. Also refer to Mediation ADR Websites. For each website, write a one paragraph summary of how the site links mediation and advocacy in the human service field. Please give the website address on each of the sites you summarize.

Mediation is the ADR method used whereby a neutral third party (the mediator) directs and facilitates the mediation process. The mediator is not a decision-maker and has no opinion or interest in the dispute or its outcome. Medication technique plays an advocacy role in human services as it offer support and solutions to parties in problem resolution (http://www.texasadr.org/faq.html).

1. State Bar Of Texas Alternative Dispute Resolution Section URL: http://www.texasadr.org/

The website of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of the State Bar of Texas ("ADR Section") is designed as an advocacy service to keep its members informed and to assist ADR neutrals. This website includes the Texas ADR Act, the ADR Section's Ethical Guidelines for Third-Party Neutrals, the Texas Roundtable Training Standards for ADR trainers and ...

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For five different websites, this solution assists in writing a summary of how the site links mediation and advocacy in the human service field. Website addresses are provided.

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