In New Zealand, a complicating factor in some disputes may involve the presence (whether one believes it or not) of a taniwha, or spirit, as a major part of the negotiations. What advice would you have for mediators who face such significant cross-cultural, identity-based issues? The author hopes readers of this journal will be able to provide some insighful advice.
Civil Rights and Discrimination | Dispute Resolution and Arbitration
What would you do - With a Taniwha at the table?. (2003). Negotiation Journal. 19, (3), 195-198. Research Collection School Of Law.
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