Bucharest, Romania, December 06, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The Board of Mediation also supported the meeting with the participation of Mrs President Elizabeth Anca Ciuca in the work of the Congress and with that of some members of the board.
Throughout their lectures, the attending personalities have pointed out that mediation is not the attribute of legal professions, but instead it has a complex social role and is part of a civilized society. MEDIARCOM welcomed the initiative of organizing the event and so did the European Association of Mediation, which sent a message of support to the congress participants.
Given the event, the authors Claudiu Ignat, Zeno Sustac and Cristi Danilet met the public with a ”Mediation Guide," that sums up theoretical and practical knowledge, useful in strengthening the profession of mediator, which is still at the beginning in Romania.
One idea stood out from the participants’ intervention: the fact that in less than a year after its establishment, the UNMR managed to make its presence felt and to bring important changes to the law of mediation, making this profession a functional one. UNMR representatives stressed the importance of associative spirit in promoting the concept of mediation in Romania by creating and sustaining a favourable image of a professional mediator.
The event has managed to present mediation as the main way of achieving consensus in conflict situations, the more so as in the current European political-economic context, conflicts, whatever their nature, cause significant losses both in the economic sphere as well as in the socio-political sphere.
The congress organized by the National Union of mediators from Romania, a success for the promotion of mediation in Romania, proposes a new lifestyle approach to Romanian society: a lifestyle in which mediation is the foundation for a normal society.