“MEDIATION can prevent violent conflict and provide a third party facilitated process for post-conflict parties to achieve sustainable non-violent and peaceful outcomes”
Anthony Oyo is a qualified Mediator with 50 years’ experience of living and working in diverse multicultural and professional environments in Africa, Asia, UK, Europe, Australasia and USA, with the Public, Private, Multilateral (World Bank), Bi-Lateral (DFID) and NGO sectors.
His formal Mediator Training with the United Nations and London School of Mediation galvanizes his extensive experience of mediating and managing cross cultural conflict through leadership and management roles from a young age.
This website is created to provide a forum to share and explore the idea that MEDIATION can facilitate a process that guides parties to recognize their fundamental human commonalities and use COMPASSIONATE APPROACHES to strengthen empathy and achieve SUSTAINABLE POSITIVE OUTCOMES.
COMPASSION FOR OTHERS AND SELF IS OUR GREATEST LESSON
WHAT IF IT IS NO COINCIDENCE THAT:
Our personal layers of culture, gender, race and personal life experience provide a point of reference to recognise difference and thus an amazing opportunity to experience conflict with 7.6 Billion other people, and thus to learn empathy and compassion in the way we deal with it?
IS IT PERHAPS BECAUSE:
Learning to be compassionate is a fundamental lesson of the human experience, i.e. we all share the same purpose and opportunity.
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