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Title: La cultura del diàleg i la justícia relacional com a "tercera via"
Author: Vilalta, Aura
Keywords: ADR;ODR;sistemes alternatius de resolució de conflictes;principis i protocols;mediació;arbitratge;justícia relacional;sistemes autocompositius;sistemes heterocompositius;confidencialitat;interoperativitat;tercera via;mètode holístic;ADR;ODR;alternative systems for conflict resolution;principles and protocols;mediation;arbitration;relational justice;self-regulating systems;multi-component systems;confidentiality;interoperability;third path;holistic method;ADR;ODR;sistemas alternativos de resolución de conflictos;principios y protocolos;mediación;arbitraje;justicia relacional;sistemas autocompositivos;sistemas heterocompositivos;confidencialidad;interoperatividad;tercera vía;método holístico
Issue Date: 4-Jun-2009
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Citation: Vilalta, Aura (2009). "La cultura del diàleg i la justícia relacional com a tercera via". IDP. revista d'Internet, Dret i Política, 2009, Vol. 0, núm 8
Abstract: The "third path" of justice is a theoretical approach and a proposal. The formal construction of a model of justice based on liberty, free will, trust, knowledge and technical development is proposed, given the exhaustion of systems of exclusion -in social, economic, political and judicial areas as well as in thinking. This brief treatise deals with programme lines and courses of action of ADR/ODR -alternative methods or processes for dispute resolution for the catalytic controversies of a phenomenon which has spontaneously emerged- with the aim of yielding elements capable of formulating this new system, a synthesis of two which, paradoxically, were operative until fairly recently.
Description: Peer reviewed
Language: Catalan
ISSN: 1699-8154
Appears in Collections:2009, n. 8

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