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Posted 10 Aug 2022
I spent close to 10 years negotiating at the United Nations (UN), and I believe that multilateral outcomes—those truly developed inclusive of all the stakeholders—offer the only workable policy solutions to our ever-expanding challenges
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Posted 17 Jul 2022
Conflicts are part of our society – whether at the international level between states, in politics, in civil society between companies, at the workplace or in the family. Our society needs conflict, but in the form of constructive dialogue.
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Posted 30 Jun 2022
Mediation as an ADR process (alternative dispute resolution) is often compared with two neighbouring processes, which also focus on conflict resolution and lie on two poles: legal methods and (psycho)therapy.
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Posted 19 May 2022
Effective communication can be considered the most important element for the success of a mediation process. If the parties do not often take seriously the importance of communication, the mediator is invited to pay attention to it for two main reasons.
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Posted 4 Mar 2022
The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, a Tier-1 law school in India is proud to host the 4th NUJS Mediation Competition. The completely student run Alternative Dispute Resolution Society undertakes all responsibilities and duties relating to this competition.
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Posted 4 Mar 2022
The FDI Mediation Moot seeks to promote understanding about international investment mediation and to explore its potential. Students compete as negotiators and mediators in a series of mediations related to hypothetical investment disputes. Each of the twenty-four negotiation teams comprises a party representative and a legal counsel.
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Posted 7 Feb 2022
Commercial mediation is typically aligned with the emotional bargaining phase. One of the key elements here is identifying a zone of potential agreement between parties, known as ZOPA. Theoretically, if a gap between what is claimed and what is offered is too large, i.e. there is no ZOPA between the parties, mediation is not worth proceeding
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Posted 27 Jan 2022
Can you think of a time when you read a few pages of a book then realized you didn’t remember anything? Where was your mind? Or a moment when you were engaged in conversation with someone but realized you had not listened to what the other person was saying yet you seemingly heard everything they said? The mind has a tendency to wander off, sometimes to the past or future taking us away from the present moment.
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Posted 25 Jan 2022
The year 2021 was marked, like its two predecessors, by major commercial disruptions due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, alternative dispute resolution, and mainly mediation, showed a remarkable adaptation to the health situation. This has therefore allowed a certain continuity of trade relations at the international level.
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Posted 5 Jan 2022
Our international online mediation training is internationally certified (IMI). It comprises 40 hours live online sessions and 60 hours self-taught units. Our trainers are based in over 20 different countries and bring expertise from various fields of negotiation and mediatiion.
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Posted 4 Jan 2022
The International Investor-State Mediation Competition (IIMC) Colombo will provide a global platform for mediation enthusiasts to learn from the best in the field, and compete and reflect on resolving Investor-State Disputes using mediation.
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Posted 10 Dec 2021
Would you like to help the ICC International Commercial Mediation Competition Team with the smooth organisation of the Competition and to help make the event a great success for all involved?