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About CCRE

Centre for Conflict Resolution Europe

The Centre for Conflict Resolution Europe (CCRE) is a partner of the Center for Conflict Resolution from La Sierra University in the United States and its activity is facilitated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Ireland (SDACI) as a service to both the religious sector and the community at large. The Seventh-day Adventist Church is a denomination with a long history of philanthropic service and concern for peace, and the Centre draws on the rich resources of an Adventist tradition that encourages honesty, respect, creativity, and openness to peaceful conflict resolution. In particular, the Centre is responding to the Seventh-day Adventist Call for Peace issued by the denomination on April 18, 2002.
Create community awareness and provide information through workshops and seminars about managing conflict efficiently and restorative mediation practices.
In preparing individuals to resolve conflicts and prevent peer abuse in business, government, the not-for-profit sector, and their faith communities.
Assisting people and organisations to identify best practices for conflict resolution and peer abuse that will strengthen vital relationships.
Assist individuals, businesses, governmental, not-for-profit and religious organisations in resolving conflicts and preventing peer abuse through mediation.

The Centre's Goal

The Centre’s goal is to help you resolve actual or potential conflicts. CCRE programmes, training and services can provide crucial support for reducing the risks of conflict and litigation. To this end, the Centre is committed to equipping individuals, groups, and organisations to successfully address and resolve various forms of conflict.

Our Promise

Whatever the outcome of the process of resolving a particular conflict, the Centre believes the results for all parties can consistently include satisfaction with the process and an appreciation for training as well as utilising individuals who serve as neutrals to help individuals, groups and organisations address their particular circumstances and needs.

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Mediation and Conflict Resolution

Readers can explore a wide array of articles that cover various topics, including practical conflict resolution strategies, benefits of mediation, case studies, and expert opinion pieces.

Let's make things better together.

CCRE Europe seeks to consistently deliver high-quality services, grounded in the principles of respect, empathy, and mutual understanding.

The emphasis placed on effective listening skills as part of the Mediation Training Course was most helpful. Improving this strength leads to more effective questions being asked by the Mediator which in turn often leads to a positive outcome for the affected parties

Elizabeth O’Rourke
    Elizabeth O’Rourke

    The Advance Mediation training has been instrumental in giving me the skills to understand the role of a mediator, namely to be a facilitator and not a solution giver. I also learnt that people need to be heard and mediation creates a safe space where this can take place.

    Precious Madubeko
      Precious Madubeko