Mediation question, need big help !!Watch
"The ideology [of mediation] is of peace-seeking, transformative conflict resolving and human problem solving."
H. Genn "Judging Civil Justice"
Critically discuss whether justice should also be considered within the ideology of mediation when it is used in civil litigation, restorative justice and family law.
This question is so wide i'm really stuck. I'm thinking I should try to define what "justice"means in general to people and also what it means in different context - in civil cases, in crime and in family. But what does justice mean after all in this question?
Also i don't know what issue I should cover - there are so many problems to address: voluntariness? fair outcome? impartiality and independence of mediators, imbalance of power, equal opportunity for both parties? I feel like I should concentrate on one theme to really answer the questions and make the essay flow better but I don't know what issues I should use as a theme.
I'm also struggling to link different practice together, how civil, RJ and family law can be structured within this question so that I will not repeat myself??
Basically i have no thesis for this question !! Please help
Any help will be much much appreciated !!! Thank you xx
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