DCRI Launches Training Calendar For The Year 2018.

To facilitate execution of its mandate DCRI has developed a training calendar for the year 2018 which was launched on Monday 19th March, 2018 by His Grace Jackson Ole Sapit at All Saints Cathedral Nairobi. The calendar sets out what DCRI will seek to train in 2018

View More

DCRI holds its first TOT training

The first TOT training was held on 8th-9th March 2018 when a total of 9 Mediation Trainers were trained. This will enable DCRI to carry out trainings in different organization and in different venues around the country.

View More

Why should we have church-based mediation training

This mediation training is formulated to respond to two important concerns:

  1. Executing the will of God as expressed in the scriptures and especially in 1st Corinthians 6:1-8
  2. To respond to the changes in our law that are in the process of being put into effect requiring that all civil and family disputes be subjected to ADR mechanisms (which includes Mediation) before being subjected to litigation and the requirement in Section 64 of the Marriage Act 2012 which stipulates that, ‘parties to a Christian Marriage may seek the services of any reconciliation bodies established for that purpose that may exist in the public place of worship where the marriage was celebrated.

View More