mirenje

English translation: conciliation

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Croatian term or phrase:mirenje
English translation:conciliation
Entered by: Irena Vareskic

20:56 Jul 22, 2008
Croatian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
Croatian term or phrase: mirenje
Međunarodno-pravni instrumenti i tehnike – Istražna povjerenstva; posredovanje; mirenje; arbitraža; izravnanje
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Local time: 10:26
conciliation
Explanation:
Conciliation is an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) process whereby the parties to a dispute (including future interest disputes) agree to utilize the services of a conciliator, who then meets with the parties separately in an attempt to resolve their differences. Conciliation differs from ARBITRATION in that the conciliation process, in and of itself, has no legal standing, and the conciliator usually has no authority to seek evidence or call witnesses, usually writes no decision, and makes no award. Conciliation differs from MEDIATION in that the main goal is to conciliate, most of the time by seeking concessions. In mediation, the mediator tries to guide the discussion in a way that optimizes parties needs, takes feelings into account and reframes representations.

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Note added at 47 mins (2008-07-22 21:44:33 GMT)
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POSREDOVANJE would be mediation, Mirenje would be conciliation
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conciliation


Explanation:
Conciliation is an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) process whereby the parties to a dispute (including future interest disputes) agree to utilize the services of a conciliator, who then meets with the parties separately in an attempt to resolve their differences. Conciliation differs from ARBITRATION in that the conciliation process, in and of itself, has no legal standing, and the conciliator usually has no authority to seek evidence or call witnesses, usually writes no decision, and makes no award. Conciliation differs from MEDIATION in that the main goal is to conciliate, most of the time by seeking concessions. In mediation, the mediator tries to guide the discussion in a way that optimizes parties needs, takes feelings into account and reframes representations.

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Note added at 47 mins (2008-07-22 21:44:33 GMT)
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POSREDOVANJE would be mediation, Mirenje would be conciliation


    Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conciliation
Irena Vareskic
Local time: 04:26
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Mirela Skarica: conciliation and arbitration - mirenje i arbitraža
1 hr
  -> Thank you Mirela!

agree  Natasa Djurovic
5 hrs
  -> Thank you N!

agree  Nedim Sahovic
8 hrs
  -> Thank you Nedim!

agree  Kristina Kolic
13 hrs
  -> Thank you Kristina!

agree  Miomira Brankovic
14 hrs
  -> Thank you Miomira!

agree  Dragan Novakovic
1 day 21 hrs
  -> Thank you Dragan!

agree  Larisa Djuvelek-Ruggiero (X)
3 days 15 hrs
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