Events

Ageing in a Foreign Land 2019

Call for papers – Ageing well through communities, capacity and innovation Click here to register! The combined elements of our theme support opportunities for lifelong connectedness, active participation and meaningful experiences, each critical for older people from culturally and linguistically […]

Dying2Learn, free Massive Open Online Course about Death and Dying in Australia

This online course would contribute toward the hours required to be an elder mediator with EMIN OFFICIAL ENROLMENTS ARE NOW OPEN You are receiving this email because you have expressed an interest in taking part in Dying2Learn, our free Massive Open Online […]

Ageing in a Foreign Land 19-20 June 2019 Adelaide, Australia

Focused Elder Mediation Training Webinars May June 2018

Presented by the Elder Mediation Australasian Network – EMAN (www.elder-mediation.com.au) & Brāv (www.brav.org) A series of three 90-minute webinars focused on how seniors process their environment and social interactions, elder abuse, and how conflict management processes differ in the elder domain compared to other types of […]

Elder Mediation International Network’s next world Summit in Bristol

The Call for Presenters for the Elder Mediation International Network’s next world Summit in Bristol is now active. For more information and an application please select the following link: You may view the latest post at https://elder-mediation-international.net/call-presenters-2018-world-summit/

Conflict Resolution Conference: Elder Focus Day Westpac Stadium, Wellington | Friday 3 November 2017

The Conflict Resolution Conference: Elder Focus Day brings together those involved in working with elders in conflict, managing complaints, or supporting elders to resolve issues. The programme includes facilitated discussion, workshops and demonstrations, and will provide opportunities to: Share your […]

Mediating to respond to the growing DR needs of an ageing population.

Thursday, 13 July Older people now account for an increasing share of the population—15% of Australians were aged 65 and over in 2014, compared to 8% in 1964. In addition, there has been a ninefold increase in the number of people […]