Prof. Dale Bagshaw

The Future of dispute resolution in the Asia Pacific Region.  What has culture got to do with it?

Dale is the Founder and longstanding President of the Asia Pacific Mediation Forum (APMF), past President and Vice-President of the World Mediation Forum, is a nationally and internationally accredited mediator, has trained hundreds of mediators in 11 different countries, published 22 book chapters, 36 articles in peer-reviewed journals, given 54 Keynote Addresses at international and national conferences and is the co-editor of the book Bagshaw, D. & Porter, E., Mediation in the Asia-Pacific Region: Transforming Conflicts and Building Peace, Routledge, New York, 2009.

Dale is now an Adjunct Professor with the School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy, University of South Australia where she previously worked for 36 years in many roles, including as Head of School, Program Director of the Graduate Diploma & Master of Mediation and Conflict Resolution and the Director of the Center for Peace, Conflict and Mediation. From 2009-2016 she was a Visiting Professor at the National University of Ireland and examiner for their Mediation and Conflict Intervention programs, and is on the International Editorial Boards of the journals Conflict Resolution Quarterly and Mediation Theory and Practice.  She has received three major awards for her work in the mediation field.