MBBI Regional Groups provide a venue for MBBI members to meet in person or connect virtually with other members and the organization. Regional Groups are gatherings of MBBI members by region. A “region” may be a continent, a country, a state or province or city. The groups are free-form and reflect the structure chosen by regional group members. To start your own Regional Group in Europe, please contact Elodie van Sytzama , for any other international group, contact our administration.
Mediators Beyond Borders International – Canada (MBBI Canada) is comprised of a group of Canadian mediators who are dedicated to enhancing the service value of mediation. In addition to supporting MBB’s mission and vision, we integrate the following three areas of focus into our bi-monthly meetings and discussions: Networking & Partnerships, Continued Learning & Collaboration, and Supporting Canada’s Indigenous Population & Peacekeeping Identity.
Chair: Alicia Kuin
Mediators Beyond Borders International – Los Angeles (MBBI-LA) was created in 2007 to bring the core vision and mission of MBB to Southern California, where members living in this region could meet regularly to develop their skills and to offer services to local communities, as well as to collaborate with local partners. Our focus is both local and international, with members working on a variety of mediation and facilitation projects.
Chair: Estera Borsca
Mediators Beyond Borders International– New York (MBBI-NY) meets in Manhattan on a monthly basis to discuss MBB-related topics and connect interested attendees to MBB’s international Projects. Over the past several years, we have hosted speakers, sponsored discussion groups, attended UN meetings, and publicized MBB at local mediation events. We welcome mediators, lawyers, students and others with an interest in MBB’s mission and activities to join us.
[Regional groups are also forming in Europe and Australia. If you are interested in participating in either group, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org asking to be connected with others interested in forming a group]