The Fide working group formulates the following proposals:
First: The public and private empowerment of mediation as a conflict resolution system because it favors social cohesion and allows States to release judicial resources.
Monday: The creation of a common regulatory framework at European level that allows the development of mediation in the widest possible scope, including not only Civil or Commercial conflicts, but also public law conflicts.
Third: Impact study on European legislation that allows Member States to jointly adhere to the Singapore Convention.
Quarter: Incorporate into European legislation a review of the Mediation Directive that allows for the development of digital mediation.
Thursday: All legal professionals must know the mediation process, from university studies of the legal professions to incorporate it into their advice as an appropriate means of resolving certain conflicts and acquire the necessary skills to participate in it.
Friday: It is necessary to develop institutions and highly qualified professionals for the provision of the mediation service. The contribution of the Administration, companies, institutions and citizens will be decisive for this.
Seventh: Incorporating the form of resolution of conflicts by the companies, and especially the Mediation, between the headings that can be included in the Non-Financial Information the Annual Accounts of the companies.
Eighth: The incorporation into the procedural rules of potential economic consequences for the parties who do not attend mediation in good faith prior to the process (or during it).