Partially funded internship for international students at IMCP – Apprenticeship Program

Location: Worldwide

Overview

The International Mediators Community of Practice (IMCP) was officially launched in 2014 by Communities in Transition (CIT) with the support of the Alliance for Peacebuilding (AfP). The IMCP provides an informal platform for discussion between mediation practitioners, trainers, academics and providers of mediation support services who actively engage in third-party conflict transformation, to strengthen our skills and increase the use of dialogue processes in complex conflict contexts.

Details

IMCP MISSION

The goal of the IMCP is to improve the effectiveness and increase the use of mediation by providing support and guidance to practitioners. 

OUR VALUES

The IMCP is an inclusive, member-driven and collaborative network that seeks to model what its members are hoping to promote in the field of conflict resolution by providing a healthy and professional space for learning and growth through mentoring and reflective practices. 

MEDIATION DEFINITION

The IMCP defines mediation in the following way: “Mediation is a process whereby a third-party assists two or more parties, with their consent, to prevent, manage, or resolve a conflict by helping them develop mutually acceptable agreements.” UN Guidance For Effective Mediation (A/66/811, 25 June 2012 annex)

Apprenticeship Program

Career development is critical to the growth of the field of mediation. IMCP members are seeking to strengthen the skills of current practitioners and create a career path for those interested in a profession in the field of conflict management.

Dates:

Deadline: The application period is open for one or more cycles a year

YEL seeks and selects the best opportunities for you (scholarships, internships and competitions); provides you with advice on writing several professional documents to maximize your chances of being admitted; and then ensures that you find a solution to your concerns through an exchange forum with mentors who are studying or working outside. Join the community

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