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Written by Keri Morris, Client Director of FairWay’s Family Services

The old saying ‘prevention is better than the cure’ applies as much to relationships as it does medicine.

Applying this approach to conflict management, we assist organisations to build their skills to both prevent disputes from occurring and to minimise the severity of any conflict that does arise.

We work with organisations to deliver training and conflict coaching that meets their needs, including training around complaints handling, managing difficult conversations and de-escalating conflict.

Our partners at Portia (formerly Ebborn Law) have been presented a White Camellia award for their work promoting gender equality.

The White Camellia awards celebrate organisational commitment to the Women’s Empowerment Principles (WEPs), and the awards are a UN Women and UN Global Compact initiative which encourages gender equality in the workplace.

Why the need to fix the in Court part of the reforms should not mean wholesale change for the out of Court Family Dispute Resolution service

Written by Keri Morris

Written by Denise Evans, Principal – Dispute Resolution

Written by Richard Binner, General Manager of Business Development

Written by Bill Rainey, Resolution Practitioner

Global warming and its impact on climate is a problem of enormous significance. How can we as dispute resolution practitioners grapple with its size and make sense of it?

Issued: 9 August 2018

Applications now open for a scholarship package promoting best practice dispute resolution

FairWay Resolution Limited is an organisation centred around leading the prevention and resolution of disputes. As part of their commitment to leading best practice dispute resolution, FairWay are awarding a scholarship package worth over $10,000.

Written by Matthew Gale, recipient of the 2015 FairWay Resolution Anne Scragg Scholarship