Find a mediator - Belgium
This section of the portal enables you to find a mediator in Belgium.
How to find a mediator in Belgium
You can visit the following Internet site to find a mediator in Belgium:
- Internet site of the Federal Public Service Justice devoted to mediation - an alternative to court.
There you will find the information listed below:
- Introduction to mediation
- The mediator
- The mediation process
- After mediation
- The cost of mediation
- Link to a brochure on mediation (PDF)
- Useful addresses and links
The site also has a Professionals’ Corner, which contains information about:
- Mediator accreditation criteria
- Instructions on submitting an application for mediator accreditation based on the Act of 21 February 2005
- A checklist for applying for mediator recognition
- Basic training and continuing training
- The Code of Conduct for accredited mediators
- Handling of complaints
Are there charges to access the database?
No, there are no charges to access the database.
Looking for a mediator in Belgium
You can look for a mediator in Belgium in the List of Mediators using the following criteria:
- area of activity,
- language spoken,
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Last update: 07/08/2019