Ethics are central to dispute prevention, dispute resolution, and compliance. If murids act ethically, in pursuit of the common good, they will contribute to an ethos of fairness and minimization of conflicts. Further, if murids are open to moral encouragement, they will be more amenable to settling disputes amicably and ethically. Once a dispute is settled, there is a moral commitment needed to comply with its terms. On Day 5 of Mediation Week, we revisit the role of ethics in disputes and how the Ismaili Conciliation and Arbitration Boards help the Jamat resolve disputes by providing an ethical culture of mediation.
Business disputes can be prevented through strong documentation and agreements. On Day 4 of Mediation Week, we explore the importance of well-considered contracts and agreements and how they can help mitigate and manage risk, as well as avoid misunderstandings and disputes.
Resolving conflicts through mediation over litigation has many advantages, including being more cost-effective and confidential. It also offers individuals the freedom to resolve conflicts themselves. On Day 3 of Mediation Week, we continue to explore the benefits of mediation and how to assess risk of litigation versus mediation from a judge’s perspective. Join us in Part II of Judicial Perspectives with Justice Hafeez Amarshi (Canada) and Justice Aleem Visram (Kenya) as they talk about the importance of resolving conflicts through mediation over litigation.
Resolving conflicts through mediation over litigation has many advantages, including being more cost-effective and confidential. It also offers individuals the freedom to resolve conflicts themselves. On Day 2 of Mediation Week, we explore the benefits of mediation and how to assess risk of litigation versus mediation from a judge’s perspective. Join us in Part I of Judicial Perspectives with Justice Halim Dhanidina (USA) as he talks about the importance of resolving conflicts through mediation over litigation.
Mediation Week is recognized in countries around the world every October to highlight the value of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) as a constructive and cost-effective alternative to litigation. This year, the Ismaili International Conciliation and Arbitration Board is presenting a series of programs that provide insights on how to prevent and manage conflicts. On Day 1 of Mediation Week, we explore how people can prevent disputes with generosity, fairness, and an open mind.
Self-care is a critical component in resolving conflicts. It can help individuals better understand conflicts and be better prepared to work through difficult conversations and emotions. Join us on our last day of Mediation Week to hear Shane Pointe, Knowledge Keeper of the Musqueam First Nation, talk about the importance of using communities for strength and resilience to help manage self-care and personal healing.
Effective diplomacy and peacebuilding is the height of conflict resolution. Whether individuals are resolving their conflicts through mediation or diplomacy, they must learn to listen and understand each other’s perspectives, interests and feelings. These are key elements of effective problem solving. On Day 4 of Mediation Week, we explore the how individuals can resolve conflicts through understanding, compassion and patience.
Conflicts are inevitable; therefore, understanding how to prevent conflicts becomes even more critical, especially in intergenerational settings. On Day 3 of Mediation Week, we discuss intergenerational conflicts and how individuals can resolve conflicts and alleviate tensions through listening, understanding, and respecting each other's views.
As we look to building for the future, it is important for the Jamat to plan for their future generations. The Ismaili International Conciliation and Arbitration Board recently released the Guidelines for Ethical Wealth Transfer and Inheritance Planning to assist murids in deciding how to ethically transfer their wealth, including upon death, so as to preserve their wealth for future generations, respect the equality of men and women, respond to the needs of their dependents, including younger and vulnerable members of their families, and thereby create a more resilient and stronger Jamat. On Day 2 of Mediation Week, we explore the importance of preserving and transferring wealth within the ethics of Islam, and how the Jamati institutions work together to help the Jamat better understand the Guidelines.
Mediation Week is recognized in countries around the world every October to highlight the value of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) as a constructive and cost-effective alternative to litigation. This year, the Ismaili International Conciliation and Arbitration Board is presenting a series of programs that provide information about conflict resolution based on in the context of early dispute resolution. On Day 1 of Mediation Week, we explore the role of civil society in addressing root causes of conflict and how communities and societies can better prepare to resolve conflicts.
The Ismaili International Conciliation and Arbitration Board (ICAB) presents a conversation between ICAB Chair Zulie Sachedina, Dr. Azim Nanji, Dr. Gurdofarid Miskinzoda and Dr. Shainool Jiwa on the topic of natural justice and equity as it relates to ethical wealth transfer and inheritance planning. Part of ICAB Guidelines developed under the direction of Mawlana Hazar Imam.
Zulie Sachedina, Chairman of the Ismaili International Conciliation and Arbitration Board (ICAB) and Jean Ayoub, Secretary-General and CEO of International Social Service, an international NGO based in Geneva, Switzerland, explore how to anticipate and deal with conflict with courage and resilience, and in a way that does not damage the fabric of our society and community.
Zulie Sachedina, Chairman of the Ismaili International Conciliation and Arbitration Board (ICAB) in conversation with James South, Chief Executive of the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution, and Steven Anderson, Vice President of the International Centre for Dispute Resolution, American Arbitration Association.
In conversation with a renowned scholar, Kamaluddin Ali Muhammad, as he unpacks the mystery behind effective parenting. The goal is to use techniques that naturally encourage your child's sense of responsibility, nurture self-esteem, and deepens your relationship with your child. All in a manner that the child is well-prepared to realize his or her full potential as a human being.
In conversation with a renowned scholar, Kamaluddin Ali Muhammad, as he unpacks the mystery behind effective parenting. The goal is to use techniques that naturally encourage your child's sense of responsibility, nurture self-esteem, and deepens your relationship with your child. All in a manner that the child is well-prepared to realize his or her full potential as a human being.
In conversation with a renowned scholar, Kamaluddin Ali Muhammad, as he unpacks the mystery behind effective parenting. The goal is to use techniques that naturally encourage your child's sense of responsibility, nurture self-esteem, and deepens your relationship with your child. All in a manner that the child is well-prepared to realize his or her full potential as a human being.
In conversation with a renowned scholar, Kamaluddin Ali Muhammad, as he unpacks the mystery behind effective parenting. The goal is to use techniques that naturally encourage your child's sense of responsibility, nurture self-esteem, and deepens your relationship with your child. All in a manner that the child is well-prepared to realize his or her full potential as a human being.
In conversation with a renowned scholar, Kamaluddin Ali Muhammad, as he unpacks the mystery behind effective parenting. The goal is to use techniques that naturally encourage your child's sense of responsibility, nurture self-esteem, and deepens your relationship with your child. All in a manner that the child is well-prepared to realize his or her full potential as a human being.
Understanding the neuroscience behind our reactions - fight, flight, freeze. Presented by CAB.
Saibaan, literally translates to a canopy made of canvas to shelter people or things from rain or sun. We bring this ‘Saibaan’ into your homes and provide shelter to individuals and families. A place where they can unlock their emotions, fears, concerns, worries, and openly discuss them, without the feeling of being judged. In this episode we explore ‘Family Harmony’, the challenges each member of the family faces. A thought-provoking discussion with our host to expose what can trigger an imbalance. And how, with a little compassion, understanding, and care, solidarity can be maintained.
Renowned Alweaz, Counselor and Mentor Kamaluddin Ali Muhammad take the audience through the layers seldom noticed in spousal relationships. From the need to create effective communication between the couple, specially keeping our traditional value system of living within a joint family. Besides just conflict resolution, Alweaz talks about discovering ways to improve the overall martial life.

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