On the final day of Mediation Week, our conversations will center around how we prepare for the future during these very challenging and unprecedented times. We will discuss new trends in conflict resolution with a view to building on the foundations we have already invested in, with an eagerness to learn and improve.
On Day 4 of Mediation Week, we explore issues of migration and how the Ismaili Conciliation and Arbitration Boards assist murids in resolving disputes across borders and when they settle in different countries.
On Day 3 of Mediation Week, we will explore the importance of a strong family and how harmony in our families can secure a firm foundation for building for the future.
On Day 2 of Mediation Week, we will discuss the importance of providing the young in our Jamat the skills to mediate and resolve day-to-day issues with ease and comfort, honing their emotional intelligence and internalizing the ethics of our faith in daily practice.
Mediation Week is recognized in countries worldwide 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 are presenting a series of programs that provide information about conflict resolution based on in the context of this year’s “Access to Justice – The Role of Mediation.” On Day 1 of Mediation Week, we learn about the role of ethics in disputes and how the Ismaili Conciliation and Arbitration Boards help the Jamat resolve disputes by encouraging an ethical culture of mediation.
Join us as we explore the issues facing the Jamat and the ethical underpinnings of our system, and to learn about how the Conciliation and Arbitration Boards use best practices to assist the Jamat globally.