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International Mediation

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There are a lot of challenges facing the international mediator. Some of the challenges are of a more pragmatic nature. It is important to ensure that parties going into mediation have a mediation agreement, mediate in friendly jurisdictions, and are advised by competent counsel. Trust is right at the pinnacle of mediation practice. In recent years, Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR) has witnessed a large volume of international clients resolving their conflicts using the mediation process. Mediation is mainstream and part of conflict resolution's rich tapestry. It works in conjunction with the law courts and the legal community, all who are very much a part of its development. But most importantly, when it works, it works because and on behalf of those affected by conflict.

Keywords:CEDR; international mediation; mediation agreement; tapestry



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