Mediation Pledge

Pledge To Use Mediation First

  • Most people don’t think about accessing mediation first
  • When emotions are high, lawsuits are filed, relationships are broken, and people resign from their jobs or positions on Boards of Directors, and leave their churches and clubs
  • To prevent the negative impacts of high-emotion disputes in the future, you can pledge your support of mediation today
  • If mediation sounds like a preferred first step in resolving conflict, then review the Mediation Pledge, sign it and submit it to the Mediation Center of the Pacific
  • The Mediation Center of the Pacific is maintaining a list of every person, business, club, school, church group and organization that adopts the Mediation Pledge
  • In the future, if you are in a dispute, you may refer back to this website to find out if the other person or people have signed the Mediation Pledge

 

For more information on the Hawaii Mediation Pledge, see MidWeek article “Pledge to Try Mediation First to Solve Conflicts“

Mediation Pledge Form

Download Hawaii Mediation Pledge form (you will need Acrobat Reader to view the pdf file) Return the completed form to: The Mediation Center of the Pacific 245 N. Kukui Street, Suite 206 Honolulu, Hawaii 96817 Fax: 808-538-1454 Email: Submit form via email click here For more information on the Hawaii Mediation Pledge, see MidWeek article “Pledge to Try Mediation First to Solve Conflicts“

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Pledge Signatories

Ackermann, Eric Adler, Peter Ahmed, Saleem Allen, Toby Alm, Cynthia Au, Serena Avalos, Kiana Ayabe, Sidney K. Beams, Mimi Bent, Daniel Bentez-Hodge, Grissel Bera, Brandon Berlinger, Jerome Brownlow, Nicholas Burns, Kate Busch, J. William ‘Ned’ Caminos, Timothy Camlo, Oliver Castillo Jr., Aaron Cestare, Thomas Chambers, Pam Chandler, David B. Cheng, Peter Clay, Gerald S. Coleman, …

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