Both an arbitrator and a mediator listen to the opposing sides of parties (people) who are in disagreement about something and cannot come to a resolution. The difference is, an arbitrator will come to their own decision based on what is presented by both parties and both parties must accept it. (Like a less formal version of a judge in court.) And a mediator works with both parties to help them reach a solution that they both agree with/to.
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