Conflict Resolution

Any process that seeks to address a dispute is called conflict resolution. The term covers all methods and approaches to dispute resolution, from early resolution through formal tribunal or court proceedings.

Disputes can take the form of:

  • Disputes between individuals (e.g., neighbours in disagreement over a driveway)
  • Disputes between companies (for instance, between an employee and their employer)
  • Sometimes the government itself (eg, a company challenging a government decision).

The parties involved in all of these situations have a number of options for resolving the dispute. These include:

  • Self-resolve
  • They agree to use a third party to help them (e.g., a private mediator)
  • Use a government-sponsored process (e.g., government mediation, a government tribunal, or an ombudsman)
  • Make use of a process provided by a private sector institution (e.g., an industry association).

It may be the appropriate or last resort in some circumstances when other approaches have failed.

Conflict Resolution: why is it important?

Disputes are time-consuming, expensive, and damaging. They affect communities, organizations, the government, and the economy. The economy stands to benefit when disputes are prevented and resolved earlier and more effectively.

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Facilitating peacemaking skills with creativity, pragmatism, intelligence, and peacemaking skills

CRC Israel mediators recognize that every case is unique and special to all parties involved. Individualized design considerations are necessary due to the diversity of topic matter, complexity, and personalities. Mediators with the CRC Israel understand that they must have a toolbox full of creative approaches for helping parties reach a resolution to their conflict.

Resolving Conflict in Israel

CRC Israel is an organization that keeps costs low for Israeli residents so that they can access professional services when they need them.

Over 30 years ago, CRC was established in Israel as a registered non-profit organization providing Dispute Resolution Services. Among our professional services are:

  • Resolution of disputes
  • Mediation in communities
  • Preventing youth homelessness through crisis mediation
  • Coaching for families and individuals in conflict
  • Educating the community
  • Consultations in the workplace
  • Professional development and training for individuals and organizations.

Conflict resolution service: What you should know

  • By using this service, you could handle or resolve the issue without having to go to court.
  • We are not able to force anyone involved in a dispute to negotiate, act or make decisions, like a court or tribunal. It is not possible to guarantee an outcome and parties can opt out at any time.
  • No legal advice or representation is provided by our dispute resolution service, and we do not get involved in legal proceedings. If you want your lawyer to be involved, that is up to them.
  • We require both you, as the business owner, as well as the other party involved, to be willing to participate and work cooperatively with us. An agreed resolution avoids costly and lengthy legal proceedings. A degree of compromise is necessary in reaching a resolution. Each party’s interests will be considered in order to come to a flexible agreement.

Why Choose CRC For Conflict Resolution?

  • Affordable and easily accessible
  • Practical solutions, confidential service
  • This program is designed to help everyone
  • Aims to resolve disputes as soon as possible

Through our dispute resolution service, you could be able to explore solutions to the issue with the other party involved. Taking advantage of this service will enable you to reach a practical agreement, so that you can get back to running your business sooner.

To discuss how our lawyers can help you and your business get the best result, please contact us today.

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