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Singapore Convention Online Seminar Series: The Line-up

Singapore Convention Online Seminar Series: The Line-up
Following its kick-off last week, with Debbie Masucci speaking about how the Singapore Convention will change global mediation, we in collaboration with our friends at the Singapore International Mediation Institute ... Read More

Video available: Anil Changaroth on ODR and the Singapore Convention

Video available: Anil Changaroth on ODR and the Singapore Convention
Earlier this week, Anil Changaroth spoke to webinar attendees about ODR in the era of the Singapore Convention, followed by a lively Q&A. Watch the video below, or download an ... Read More

Free webinar Friday: Manon Schonewille on the practicalities of moving your mediation business online

Free webinar Friday: Manon Schonewille on the practicalities of moving your mediation business online
Current developments are forcing us to work differently and to treat each other differently. This is a major challenge for all of us, but it also offers opportunities to do ... Read More
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IMI and Online Dispute Resolution

IMI and Online Dispute Resolution
In these challenging times, we are seeing a lot of mediators moving to online practice and meetings. You may already be aware that IMI have established criteria for online mediation ... Read More
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Video available: Deborah Masucci on how the Singapore Convention will change global mediation

Video available: Deborah Masucci on how the Singapore Convention will change global mediation
Today was the first of an IMI online webinar series on the Singapore Convention. IMI Board Co-Chair Deborah Masucci gave a presentation on how the Singapore Convention will change global ... Read More

Deborah Masucci—How the Singapore Convention will change global mediation

Deborah Masucci—How the Singapore Convention will change global mediation
On Wednesday 18 March, IMI will be conducting a free seminar via Zoom, with Deborah Masucci giving a 15 minute presentation on how the Singapore Convention will change global mediation ... Read More

Qatar ratifies the Singapore Convention—Convention to come into force

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Qatar have become the third state to ratify the Singapore Convention, meaning the countdown to enforcement is on! The Convention on the Enforceability of Mediated Settlement will come into force ... Read More

Singapore Mediation Convention Reference Book

Singapore Mediation Convention Reference Book
The Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution have released a reference book on the Singapore Convention, which can be downloaded from the CJCR website here. This Reference Book focuses on the ... Read More

International Women’s Day at IMI

International Women's Day at IMI
Happy International Women's Day from IMI, where we are delighted to announce several new measures aimed at improving diversity and inclusion. Whether it's the GPC North America reports indicating that ... Read More
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New IMI Board members

New IMI Board members
IMI is delighted to welcome three new members to its Board of Directors: Teresa Garcia-Reyes, Senior Counsel, Litigation, at Baker Hughes.  She is based in Houston, Texas.  LinkedInEeva Hakoranta, SVP, ... Read More
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Board Co-Chair Deborah Masucci recognised with CPR Award

Board Co-Chair Deborah Masucci recognised with CPR Award
IMI Board Co-Chair Deborah Masucci has been awarded the James F Henry Award for Oustanding Achievement in ADR by the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution. Candidates for this ... Read More
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IMI Executive Director to Keynote at “Negotiation for Sustainable Relations” Conference, Istanbul

IMI Executive Director to Keynote at "Negotiation for Sustainable Relations" Conference, Istanbul
IMI Executive Director Laura Skillen will be giving the keynote speech at next week's conference on "Negotiation for Sustainable Relations", hosted by GMN Institute in Istanbul. Speakers will be presenting ... Read More
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