A new project sees the British Council partner with the Indonesia Jentera School of Law to review and rewrite the mediation training curriculum in Indonesia, which is used to train judges and mediators working in Indonesian courts.

Rewriting the mediation curriculum will support the Supreme Court of Indonesia with efforts to improve access to justice. Mediation is part of the Supreme Court’s framework for alternative dispute resolution, which helps people settle disputes more quickly and economically.

The rewritten training curriculum and accompanying materials will be piloted by the Indonesia Supreme Court Judges Training Centre in 2015.

The project forms part of the Australia Indonesia Partnership in Justice, which is funded by the Australian government and managed by Cardno.  

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