Professional Mediation Training
Suluhu Mediation Center provides training to those desirous of becoming mediators especially those interested to practice mediation in family, commercial or community disputes or those who are studying human resource management or counseling psychology and likely to deal with Employee/family related disputes and may end up sitting in employee disciplinary committees during their practice with required competence to be able to determine matters that qualify to be resolved through Mediation and to mediate in the same. Access to Justice is one of the fundamental pillars of the current Constitution of Kenya, 2010 and the same has been entrenched through Article 48 of our constitution. Article 159(2) provides that among the principles that shall guide the Courts and Tribunals in exercise of judicial authority are:
- Justice shall be done to all, irrespective of status.
- Justice shall not be delayed
- Alternative forms of dispute resolution including reconciliation MEDIATION, arbitration and traditional
dispute resolution mechanisms shall be promoted, subject to Clause (3) and the purpose and
principles of this Constitution shall be protected and promoted.