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  • Subsidiary Meeting Dynamics Questions
    of the discussions critical Did you ever need to wait or hurry up in order to get people to come together When you brought the parties together how did you decide where to convene the meeting Who set the agenda Who defined the ground rules and meeting structure How did you assist in opening communications between the parties to get them talking and listening to one another Who facilitated the

    Original URL path: http://www.civilrightsmediation.org/selected_qa/s1300.shtml (2016-02-13)
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  • Subsidiary Diminishing Tension Questions
    another person directly during mediation Did the situation ever become violent or potentially violent What did you do to diminish that Were you ever in personal danger How did you respond Did a party ever threaten to walk out of a mediation What did you do then Did a conflict ever escalate after CRS became involved How Did you ever separate people into small groups and work with them that

    Original URL path: http://www.civilrightsmediation.org/selected_qa/s1400.shtml (2016-02-13)
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  • Subsidiary Capacity Building Questions
    provide training for the parties What types of training Who did it Were their other types of technical assistance e g consultants referrals to other communities written materials When you gave technical assistance to one side did you inform the other side about it Did you offer it to the second side too Did you help the parties prepare for mediation or any joint meetings Did you assist groups with

    Original URL path: http://www.civilrightsmediation.org/selected_qa/s1500.shtml (2016-02-13)
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  • Subsidiary Power Disparity Questions
    the playing field How did you do this Did you ever provide assistance to one party without the knowledge of the other Did anyone ever ask you to become an advocate or to tilt the table in their favor How did you respond Did you ever try to use the power of the Justice Department to influence the situation or level the playing field How did you identify differing levels

    Original URL path: http://www.civilrightsmediation.org/selected_qa/s1700.shtml (2016-02-13)
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  • Subsidiary Neutrality Questions
    address the issue of the fairness of the settlement Did you have a problem retaining your impartiality while trying to level the playing field prior to negotiations Did you work on cases involving hate groups such as the KKK or neo Nazi groups Were there techniques you used to help you maintain your impartiality Did you ever have your impartiality challenged If so how did you respond Did you ever

    Original URL path: http://www.civilrightsmediation.org/selected_qa/s1800.shtml (2016-02-13)
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  • Subsidiary Confidentiality Questions
    liability to your work When the needs of newspaper radio or television reporters interfered with your work how did you deal with the problem Did you ever try to use the media as an ally to mediation Did you ever issue statements to the press on behalf of the parties Under what circumstances Did the parties ever agree to a policy regarding statements to the press as a condition of

    Original URL path: http://www.civilrightsmediation.org/selected_qa/s2200.shtml (2016-02-13)
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  • Subsidiary Ending Intervention Questions
    prevent a recurrence of the conflict What might a contingency plan include Did you assist the parties design other structures to prevent a recurrence of the conflict Did you take continuing responsibility for its implementation Did you plan any follow up after the case was closed Did you have any continuing professional relationships between CRS and community people after a case was closed What would you say were the positive

    Original URL path: http://www.civilrightsmediation.org/selected_qa/s2400.shtml (2016-02-13)
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  • Subsidiary Measuring Success Questions
    questions to see answers How did CRS measure the success of your work How did you measure long term impacts Copyright 2000 2007 by Conflict Management Initiatives and the Conflict

    Original URL path: http://www.civilrightsmediation.org/selected_qa/s2700.shtml (2016-02-13)
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