diversity

IMI 2030: Taking Mediation Forward

IMI 2030: Taking Mediation Forward
At IMI's Board meeting two weeks ago, we discussed the next steps for IMI. We are dedicated to our ongoing vision of "professional mediation worldwide: promoting consensus and access to ... Read More

Sarah Blake on culture, process, and value proposition in the era of the Singapore Convention

Sarah Blake on culture, process, and value proposition in the era of the Singapore Convention
This Wednesday, Australian IMI Certified Mediator Sarah Blake gave a well-attended presentation on culture, process, and value proposition in the era of the Singapore Convention on Mediation. Questions posed by ... Read More
Event, Opinion

The Revolution is Female: Transformative Mediation as a Mechanism for Transitional Justice

The Revolution is Female: Transformative Mediation as a Mechanism for Transitional Justice
In this article, gender in conflict specialist Eva Charidas shares how vital gender inclusion is to peace processes and political transition. On 10 April 2019, 22-year old Alaa Salah climbed ... Read More
Opinion

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
Initiatives, News

IMI launches diversity initiative

IMI launches diversity initiative
There is a recognised lack of diversity in the mediation profession (see also forth-coming GPC North America reports). The first step in redressing this issue is collecting data, so that ... Read More
News

Evolution Or Revolution? Are We Up For It?

Evolution Or Revolution? Are We Up For It?
In a wave of efforts by arbitral institutions to share more and more information with the arbitral community, we are in a better position than ever before to observe and ... Read More

Ask An Expert: Mirèze Philippe

Ask An Expert: Mirèze Philippe
Mirèze Philippe, Special Counsel at the Secretariat of ICC the International Court of Arbitration in Paris, speaks about the key themes of the upcoming Paris GPC event, including the needs ... Read More

Ask An Expert: Lucy Greenwood

Ask An Expert: Lucy Greenwood
Lucy Greenwood, an independent International Arbitrator based in Houston, Texas, provides her insight into the the issues of transparency, data and diversity in the international arbitration field. What is your ... Read More

Celebrating International Women’s Day: Battling Unconscious Bias At Work

Celebrating International Women’s Day: Battling Unconscious Bias At Work
As the world celebrates International Women’s Day through a wide range of activities, the central theme this year covers women at work. The UN has published a comprehensive infographic on ... Read More
GPC, News

Ask An Expert: Diego Gosis

Ask An Expert: Diego Gosis
Diego Gosis, an Arbitrator and a Florida Foreign Legal Consultant at GST LLP in Miami, speaks about the digitalisation of dispute resolution and the benefits of increased cultural diversity in the field ... Read More
Ask An Expert, GPC

Matching Arbitrators To Party Expectations

Matching Arbitrators To Party Expectations
Reacting to a discussion at Vienna Arbitration Days 2016, Lucy Greenwood, Michael McIlwrath and I published an article ‘Puppies or Kittens – How To Better Match Arbitrators to Party Expectations’ ... Read More
GPC, News

The Geneva GPC – Does The Future Lie In Mediation?

The Geneva GPC – Does The Future Lie In Mediation?
On 29 September 2016, various stakeholders from the judicial and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) community – arbitrators, mediators and judges, in-house counsel, external lawyers, policy-makers as well as representatives of ... Read More
GPC, News