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Ethical considerations for mediation

(a) All parties should avoid corruption. Parties should know that the mediator does not make the decision; rather the parties decide hence, they should not engage in acts of corruption.

(b) Parties should allow for neutral third-patties to assist conflicting persons find solutions without forcing them into a settlement.

(c) Trustworthiness and honesty by all parties in order to have peaceful mediations.

(d) Justice and fairness while resolving the dispute.

(c) Respect for all parties.