Students, Professionals, and Supporters of Global Peace and Conflict Resolution, this is a call for action. Time is due and mankind is longing for our support. Being experts and contributors in the field of conflict resolution, avoidance of structural abuse, and critical thinking – we need to join forces and raise the public awareness towards the complexity of the global community and international politics. We can not further accept the fact that humans are suffering misinformation and misleading media terror, unconscious psychological pressure passed down from state authorities to the individual, and financial exploitation of mankind.
Does all this deal with Mediation and Conflict Resolution? Yes, it does. Being a Mediator, Conflict Resolution Practitioner, and Peace Supporter is much more than doing family conflict management, academic research, or being in the concrete trouble spot. It means to counter structural conflict on all levels, and to raise awareness regarding the abuse of human goodwill and necessity for harmony. Nowadays Mediators and Conflict Resolution Practitioners have to work in hot spots but also dedicate their time to sustainable middle and long term solutions. And more often than not, this work starts with educating other individuals. Only by spreading the understanding, the skills, and the knowledge of conflict avoidance, we will be able to make people understand national and international operations realized by governments that have direct influence to our very private lives.
In order to put our vision to practice, we invite you to become a WMO Fellow Mediator and to further expand our network of contributors from the grass-roots to the top-dog level. It has never been as important as today, to understand the complexity of nowadays life. Politicians, nations, and companies are generating huge profits by initiating and supporting escalated disputes as well as by sharing fear and spreading modified information in all fields of our life, while putting us into an environment of terror and chaos. It is up to us to break free and to work against concepts that are generated to be ‚normal‘ and ‚true‘. It is our task to re-establish a social balance that was violated by oppressors as mentioned above. By becoming a listed WMO Fellow Mediator, you stand up in the name of critical thinking being a tool of civil resistance, and act for the benefit of mankind. This is the story of a profession becoming a mission. WMO Fellow Mediators strictly handle along with the WMO Code of Ethics.
Your benefits of being a WMO Fellow Mediator: a) Being a listed WMO Fellow Mediator will enable you to become part of a strong Network of Likeminded Peers who connect on a global level being innovative and critical thinkers. b) Being a listed WMO Fellow Mediator serve as a Seal of Professional Quality. c) You will display your professional Vision, Competence and Expertise to the world. d) You will have access to all public WMO Events at Reduced Fees. e) Your financial support will enable our global projects of conflict avoidance and healing.
What you need to become a WMO Fellow Mediator: According to our philosophy, namely that Mediation is a social skill that is veiled within each of us, we believe that the art of Mediation, Dispute De-escalation, and Peace Negotiation was already practiced in childhood and was afterwards developed to a more or lesser level. Therefore, we accept life skills, social insights, or formal mediation training as qualification.
Registration Procedure: Please follow the registration instructions below. You are entitled as listed WMO Fellow Mediator as soon as your registration procedure is completed, and your name, city and country appears on the website. The annual fee of 95,- Euro shall be transferred by Credit Card or by Paypal. Future fees are due on January 15th of each year. Payment …
We express our gratitude to the WMO Fellow Mediators: Ekaette Anwana, Mario Appiano, Ahmed Awaad, Elena Baixauli, Claudia Caluori, Fleurdeliz Credo, Anthony Gafoor, Martin Golder, Charalee Graydon, Debra Hamilton, Alexander Jakobcic, Marina Khamitsevich, Wai Lon Leung, Ethelwald Mendes, Esther Murphy-Akpieyi, Anna Plevri, Josephine Reyes, M.S. Siddiqui, Maria Soutullo, Ralph Steele, Marie Villa, Amit Wanchoo