The deadline for entries has been extended to 9 am on 13th October 2014.
Entry for these awards is open to organisations providing and promoting mediation in the community. This includes any organisation such as Law Centres, Family Resource Centres and all those who actively promote the use of community mediation to resolve conflict within the community.
Is your organisation involved in Community Mediation?
Do you know an organisation who deserve to be recognised for their achievement in Community Mediation?
The MII Achievement in Community Mediation Awards 2014 are open for entry now.
In light of the increasing use and scope of mediation, the MII invites community organisations to showcase how they have promoted, developed and delivered community mediation. This is the first opportunity for organisations to achieve public recognition for their achievements for delivery of mediation as a resource within their community.
Call for entries
Entering is not an onerous task; just fill out the attached entry form by answering 6 questions and submit it along with any supporting documentation.
Entry is open to community mediation services in both the North and South of Ireland.
Panel of Judges
Mr. Denis Blanch, Registrar, MII (Chair)
Ms. Deirdre Garvey, CEO, The Wheel
Senator Aideen Hayden
Chief Superintendent James Sheridan, An Garda Síochána
Ms. Mary Lynch CEO, Mediation Northern Ireland
Mr. Hugh Campbell, University of Ulster
Ms. Marian Quinn, CEO, Childhood Development Initiative
Inspector Pete Bouma, PSNI
The MII wishes to thank the Judges for their valued contribution to the selection process.
The closing date for entries is 9am on Monday, 13th October, 2014.
Please submit your entry on the official entry form with supporting documentation attached.
Submissions may be made by email or post.
By e-mail to:
By post ;
Two copies to:
MII National Awards,
31 Fitzwilliam Square South
The Mediators’ Institute of Ireland (the MII) is the professional association for Mediators in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Practising MII Mediators have a high standard of training and accreditation and are subject to skills assessment. They have a compulsory programme of Continuing Professional Development and are bound by the MII Code of Ethics. MII Mediators in practice are required to have appropriate professional indemnity insurance in place and are subject to independent regulation.