Newsletter - ADR Centurion Volume-1, Issue 2

Welcome to ADR Centurion Volume-1, Issue 2 of ADR Centurion Newsletter.

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AIADR Progress Updates - Message from the President

Warm Greetings to the Members of the Institute! AIADR is making sure strides towards achieving its goals. Number of initiatives have been launched, which I am pleased to share with you. The first is the activation of various Committees to achieve our vision of being a member’s institute. Committee members have been appointed from across the world, coming from jurisdictions like Australia, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Spain, UAE.

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AIADR Is Invited To Join ICDPASO — A New International Organization

It was estimated that as of 2018, the Belt and Road Initiative is one of the largest infrastructure and investment projects in history, covering more than 122 countries, including 68% of the world's population and 38% of the global GDP as of 2018. It is by far the largest infrastructure and investment project in Asia. With numerous projects around, disputes are inevitable and it is against this backdrop that the AIADR was founded.

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Promoting Alternative Dispute Resolution in Disruptive Era ...

Expert Lecture delivered by BANI and AIADR at USM, Solo, Indonesia on 29 April 2019

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Resolving Disputes in International Construction Contracts

The international nature of the construction sector coupled with the complexity of large projects is a fertile breeding ground for misunderstandings between the parties involved. Resolution of the disputes through the courts can be both time consuming and disruptive to the projects progress.

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The Japan International Mediation Center in Kyoto: Genesis and Prospects

Japan’s long tradition of court-annexed and government-supported mediation schemes coupled with the general efficiency of court proceedings has hampered the emergence of privately-supported dispute resolution services. This is true of mediation as well as arbitration services.

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Congratulations to the Pioneer Members Appointed to the Committees of AIADR!

AIADR is proud to have the scholars and professionals as volunteer members of the Committees to drive the Institute forward!

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Members of ArbitralWomen Group and Female Applicants will get 10% off from the Standard Subscription Rates till the gender ratio of the AIADR Membership is equalized or if join by 31 July 2019 (extended date), whichever is later!!

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