Mediators

Austria

This section of the Portal helps you find a mediator in Austria.

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How to find a mediator in Austria

The Austrian Federal Ministry of Justice maintains a list of registered mediators, which comply with legal and formal requirements.

A dedicated website was established. It can also be accessed from the Ministry of Justice's website .

The following may be found from the website:

  • A list of mediators
  • A list of organisations which train mediators, and
  • A list of training courses

Is access to the mediators' database free of charge?

The website is publicly available and access is free of charge.

How to search for a mediator in Austria

From the website, lists of mediators may be sorted by:

  • Name,
  • Postal Code, and
  • Province.

Mediators can be found using the following search criteria:

  • First name and last name
  • Postal Code
  • Province
  • Country
  • Area of expertise

Search criteria can also be combined.

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Mediators in Austria

Last update: 30/05/2018

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