Organization profile

Organisation profile

Head of Mediation and Sustainable Conflict Resolution Laboratory
Аssoc. prof. dr. Natalija Kaminskienė
E- mail: natalijak@mruni.eu

Mission    
To conduct relevant, competitive, knowledge-based research of mediation and conflict resolution. Provide qualification and skills-based improvement for professionals, as well as training and consultancy services in the field of mediation and alternative dispute techniques for persons and organizations in Lithuania and the region.

Vision
To be a regional leader in interdisciplinary research and application of mediation and sustainable conflict resolution, who impacts public and private organizations  while making decisions aimed at improving the methods for conflict resolution and broadening their application through innovative means.

Values    

  • Interdisciplinary team of experts, open to new ideas
  • Professionalism and excellence
  • Cooperation with students, colleagues and partners
  • Belief in a society solving disputes peacefully


Research Priorities:

  • Research on bringing sustainability into dispute resolution processes and their improvement.
  • Promotion of mediation in dispute resolution as one of the priority trends in modern society law policy.
  • Research on psychological, sociological, economic, cultural and social factors in conflict resolution and dispute settlement habits.
  • Research on alternative forms of dispute resolution and their development tendencies.
  • Research on factors making obstacles for the wide usage of sustainable dispute resolution.

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domestic security Social Sciences
Holocaust Social Sciences
entrepreneurship Social Sciences
trauma Social Sciences
experience Social Sciences
regulation Social Sciences
disaster Social Sciences
Lithuania Social Sciences

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Research Output 2003 2016

1 Citations

Defence and security public procurement: analysis of managerial and legal issues

Survila, A., Tvaronavičienė, A., Shapoval, R. V. & Peleckienė, V., 2016, In : Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues. 6, 2, p. 299-313

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
domestic security
regulation
legitimation
threat
management
Open Access
entrepreneurship
EU
social technology
EU member state
Lithuania
3 Citations

Enterprise social networking: innovation difficult to adopt?

Žemaitaitienė, G., Tiškutė, A. & Tvaronavičienė, A. 2016 In : Economics and Sociology. 9, 2, p. 303-318

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle