Seminars on Conflict Management
Speaker: Peter Condliffe
Famous Australian Barrister and Mediator
Advanced Mediator Victorian Bar and LEADR
Accredited Family Mediator
IAMA Accredited Mediator and Arbitrator
Adjunct Professor, School of Accounting & Law, RMIT University
1. Title: Why has alternative dispute resolution become so popular in Australia and other western countries?
Time: 18:30 – 20:30 April 15, 2008
Venue: Room 309, 3F, Classroom Building No.3
2. Title: Changing Criminal Justice Systems in the West: The Emergence of Restorative Justice
Time: 13:30 – 15:30 April 16, 2008
Venue: Room 1204, 12F, Humanities Building
3. Title: Cultural Factors in Negotiation and Conflict
Time: 13:30 – 15:00 April 17, 2008
Venue: D Wing, 2F, Classroom Building No.4, Fengxian Campus
4. Title: Negotiation Strategies and Skills: A Western Perspective
Time: 13:30 – 15:30 April 21, 2008
Venue: Seminar Hall, 2F, Humanities Building
Institute of Knowledge and Value Sciences
Faculty of Law & Politics
Shanghai Normal University
Inquiry Email: IKVS@studyplace.net
P.S. Peter Condliffe: Director of MFA
Peter is one of Australia’s most experienced conflict management teachers and practitioners.
A qualified barrister, he has also practiced as a social worker, academic, human rights officer,
manager and teacher. He was formerly CEO of the Institute of Arbitrators and Mediators Australia
and Director of Dispute Resolution Centres in the Department of Justice and Attorney-General, Queensland. Prior to this Peter was Chief of Education, Training and Information with the
United Nations Centre for Human Rights in Cambodia.
He presently teaches in several universities and other organisations, and has written the leading
text Conflict Management: A Practical Guide (Lexis Nexis, 2002) as well as numerous articles. He is
a LEADR advanced mediator.