Wikipedia:Requests for mediation

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The Requests for mediation process is used to request formal mediation of a dispute. Formal mediation is provided by the Mediation Committee as a final stage of the content-dispute resolution process. Formal mediation is only suitable for disputes over article content, so requests to mediate grievances with other editors will not be accepted.

Formal mediation is governed by the Mediation Committee's policy at Wikipedia:Mediation Committee/Policy, and so requests for mediation must satisfy the preconditions provided for by that policy.

To file a request for mediation, please skip to #File a request.

For a guide to filing a request for mediation, see Wikipedia:Requests for mediation/Guide.

Current mediation cases
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File a request[edit]

The Mediation Committee has been closed as of November 11, 2018, and is no longer accepting requests for mediation. To request content mediation please use Third Opinion, Dispute Resolution Noticeboard, or Request for Comment.

Open requests[edit]

New requests are listed in this section automatically by MediationBot. The bot runs hourly [search for "MedComClerk"].
Please don't list your case by hand; instead use Wikipedia:Requests for mediation/File. (Even trivial changes to this page are liable to break the case management bot.)
→ There are currently no open requests for mediation. Please see above if you wish to file one.


For a list of recently declined requests, go to /Rejected cases.

For a list of currently open cases, go to WP:RFM/T.

Click 'show' to view an index of all archives

Closed mediation cases (accepted requests)

Rejected mediation request pages

Previous requests for mediation are indexed on the box on the right below. Note that where mediation takes place is generally/often on the talk page; the latter box allows those pages to be searched.