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Working Groups

MBBI’s Working Groups provide opportunities for discussion, learning, and planning around a number of topics. The Working Groups meet regularly (via Zoom) and are open to new people joining those meetings. If you are interested in participating and for more information, please contact us at  

Learn more about our geographically based Regional Groups.

MBBI-Rotary Working Group

The Rotary Working Group of Mediators Beyond Borders International (MBBI-RWG) is a vehicle for advancing the common goals of both organizations, MBBI and Rotary International. The group aims to:

  • Build a working partnership between the two organizations at all levels – from the local club to the global leadership; and
  • Promote common work in projects, advocacy initiatives, and international meetings of both organizations.

Click here to visit the RWG page.

United Nations Multilateral Working Group

MBBI’s United Nations Multilateral Working Group (UNMWG) was created in response to the United Nations’ (UN) request for civil society to help build its mediation capacity. The UNMWG fosters partnerships with UN programs in an effort to support their mediation capacity-building efforts, advocates for the use and value of mediation in the UN system, and engages MBBI membership in collaborating with and supporting the UN.

Click here to visit the UNMWG page.

Children & Youth Alternative Dispute Resolution

MBBI’s Child & Youth Alternate Dispute Resolution Working Group (C&Y ADR WG) supports MBBI’s mission to build local skills for peace and promote mediation worldwide by advocating for the use of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) practices with children and youth. C&Y ADR WG works in schools and communities—building capacity with practitioners worldwide.

Click here to visit the C&Y ADR WG page.

Police Community Relations Working Group

MBBI’s Police Community Relations Working Group (PCR WG) focuses on strengthening the connections between local communities and its police force. Through dialogue and trainings, this group provides a space to chat about connections with the police in local communities worldwide.

Click here to visit the PCR WG page.