Mediation is a cooperative process that facilitates the non-violent resolution of a conflict. He can also prevent it through a third party called a mediator. The mediator helps the parties (called mediators) to communicate, promotes the conditions for dialogue so that they seek a constructive outcome to the conflict. By overcoming disagreements, we then strive to establish new relationships, new solitaries, in short to “rebuild the social bond”

“Peer” mediation in schools means that mediators are young people of the same age or barely older, trained in mediation, but with the same student status. The student mediators will offer their help during disagreements, arguments or fights, or to victims of violence. Promoting a culture of mediation means providing tools to resolve conflicts through speech and dialogue, thus helping to improve the school climate and prevent bullying.

Foster responsible citizenship of young people, through a collective commitment within the establishment
Unite the entire educational community around a citizen project, where everyone can get involved
Allow referent adults to stimulate a positive dynamic in favor of the school climate and make the project sustainable
Prevent and manage conflicts by appropriating alternative methods of conflict resolution, in particular, the peer mediation process
Networking of establishments involved in the peer mediation system
Develop new psycho social skills: Get to know yourself, know others, communicate empathically, improve self-esteem
Identify the barriers and levers of communication
What does the federation offer?

A facilitator goes to the school to support the implementation of peer mediation. It educates all students and trains student mediators. He also trains the educational team and follows the establishment throughout the year as needed.

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