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Monitoring Programme

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As part of Mediation Northern Ireland’s commitment to peace and nonviolence we have renewed our monitoring work across NI.

We currently license a pool of 16 Monitors.

MNI Monitors attend events including parades, protests and celebrations to observe both the context and the detail of the event.

MNI Monitors are both invited and requested to attend events. The Monitoring Co-ordinator, Sean OBaoill informs event organisers in advance of monitor’s attendance.

MNI Monitors are clearly visible when in attendance, wearing high visibility vests with the MNI logo and carrying their MNI Monitor’s licence.

The reports created by MNI Monitors are available to the public and to voluntary and statutory agencies on request.

Requests and queries about MNI monitoring work should be directed to Mary Lynch on 028 90 438614 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Meritocracy and the Enabling State

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Mediation Theory & Practice - New course starting Feb 2016

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Fear Less 3

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The third in our ‘Fear Less’ series is on Wednesday 6th January from 5:30pm – 7:00pm with Michael Fitzgerald.

For this seminar we will have a talk with Michael on the topic of when fear entering communities by the arrival of outsiders.  Join us for a cuppa at 5:30pm for a 6:00pm start.

This seminar is open to everyone and free.

Fear Less’ is a series of short seminars hosted by MNI

The seminars will look at ways to work with the fear (and corresponding resistance) when life or work takes a strange turn or intensifies in ways we didn’t expect.

There will be 6 ‘Fear less’ seminar over the next 12 months.

The format for the ‘Fear less’ seminars is:

Input from an invited speaker

Group discussion on the insights offered by the speaker

Summing up / follow up

 

Seasons Greetings

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Seasons Greetings 

Wishing you a peaceful, safe and happy Christmas holiday whether you win the Christmas cracker or not 

 

 

 
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