Conflict Resolution Unit (CRU) is a service committed to providing support for the mediation of land use and natural resources management conflicts.
CRU provides a national roster of experienced assessors and mediators with full profile that you are free to browse and compare.
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All qualified assessors and mediators are encouraged to join our national roster. For more information about the benefits of joining the roster, see
CRU accepts case referral from any party. Please see the application form, selection criteria, and selection procedures at
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CRU provides services of case assessment including recommendations for process design leading to mediation support. Case assessment procedures may vary depending on the nature of the case.
CRU is developing a national roster of experienced assessors and mediators that can be used by parties to select a qualified service provider. CRU is also available to assist parties in the selection process.
CRU offers early analysis of cases through informal intake and consultation prior to a more formal assessment process. You may contact CRU at contact us.
Mediation is a voluntary process entered into by all affected stakeholders. CRU provides sponsorship of a mediation process following the completion of an assessment and the agreement to participate by all parties.
CRU provides support for public policy mediation and negotiated rule making related to the issues of land use and natural resources management
CRU provides capacity building on mediation for mediators and all interested parties through national trainings and regional workshops.