Call for EOI: Workshops and Pilot Survey for NMAS Review 2020-21


We are happy to report that the review of the National Mediator Standards is well underway. Reference Group participants have commenced lending their expertise towards the development of the Approval and Practice Standards Survey (The NMAS Survey).

The NMAS Review Team are currently seeking expressions of interest for February 2021 workshop waitlists and participants for The NMAS Survey pilot in April.

Please follow the link to the NMAS Review 2020-21 Hub to register your interest. We encourage the ADR Research Network community to share this EOI within your networks.


The NMAS Review 2020-21 is designed to be a collaborative process that actively seeks input from a diverse range of stakeholders across multiple points in time and using a variety of engagement strategies. This means stakeholders will have multiple opportunities to provide input over the life of the review.

The Approval and Practice Standards Survey (The NMAS Survey) is the primary instrument of the review and as such is the review proper. Unlike many traditional review processes, The NMAS Survey is being developed in consultation with the DR community through a range of forums including reference groups, collaborative workshops and pilots.

The findings arising out of The NMAS Survey will form the basis of the recommendations to the Mediator Standards Board (MSB).

Participation in The NMAS Survey is open to all stakeholders and interested parties. We invite you to be a reviewer by completing The NMAS Survey when it becomes available later in the year.

For up-to-date information about the review visit the NMAS Review Hub.

Kind Regards

NMAS Review Team, Resolution Resources | Website:

Resolution Resources acknowledges the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation as the traditional custodians of the land upon which we work.



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