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With the cooperation of the Ministry of Justice, The Arbitration and Mediation Center of Armenia, the Office of the Council of Europe in Yerevan, and the United Nations Development Program, the second training course for the qualification of mediators was held from April 29 to May 3. 2022 more than 40 candidates applied for the second training course organized after the implemented legislative reforms, 22 of them got the opportunity to participate in the 33-academic-hour course developed by the international experts-mediators of the Council of Europe. In order to make the training more comprehensive and useful, the invited international and national experts and judges shared their valuable experience in the field of mediation and observations on new legislative regulations. Tigran Dadunts, Director of the “Center for Legislation Development” Foundation of the Ministry of Justice, Arman Zrvandyan, National Coordinator of the Council of Europe’s “Support to the Implementation of Judiciary Reforms in Armenia” Program, Head of the Human Rights, Justice and Rule of Law Program of the United Nations Development Program welcomed the participants who successfully completed the course and awarded them graduation certificates. Maria Silvanyan and Tatevik Matinyan, Director of AMCA Tatevik Matinyan welcomed the participants, spoke about the prerequisites for the establishment and development of the reconciliation institute, presented its importance and wished success to the participants. Lilit Petrosyan, Deputy Director of AMCA, presented the Mediation Rules of the Center, the implemented activities, the features of the conciliation and the details of the conciliation process. Participants who have successfully completed the five-day intensive course will have the opportunity to participate in the qualification check, which, if passed, will replenish the community of mediators in Armenia with new specialists.