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Come and join the Virtual Forum of Mediation Centres !

The UIA World Forum of Mediation Centres was created in 2001. It brings together the best commercial mediation practitioners and ADR centres from around the world, together with  managers,  academics, teachers, trainers, young practitioners, and all those interested in learning more about mediation.

The Forum takes place every 9 months in different countries around the world. It fosters the exchange of views on the development of ADR, enhancing knowledge, and best practices, giving new ideas, ensuring the best understanding of ADR, and learning from other cultures. 

The worldwide health crisis caused by COVID-19 has driven us all to an unprecedented scenario and has led to no other alternative than to adapt ourselves to this situation. For the 2nd time the Forum will take place virtually.

This 29th Forum promises to be again very exceptional because it will be the opportunity to gather experiences, ideas, observations about development of mediation and make comparison to enhance our knowledge and our practice.  The virtual Forum with its 4 sessions will be exciting as usual and with the same quality substantive panels.


SESSION 1 - Conflict Resolution and Trade Agreements - June 24 from 3 pm to 4.30 pm
SESSION 2 - Mediation of High-Profile Construction Disputes - June 24 from 5 pm to 6.30 pm
SESSION 3 - Results from the ABA Task Force Mixed Mode - June 25 from 3 pm to 4.30 pm
SESSION 4 - Baby Boomer vs. Millennials - How to Mediate Multi-Generation Conflicts - June 25 from 5 pm to 6.30 pm
NETWORKING SESSION - June 25 from 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm

Registration (excl. VAT)

• FULL REGISTRATION – Including the 4 sessions € 150
• STUDENT REGISTRATION (*) – Including the 4 sessions € 90

(*) Reserved for students under 30 years old. Please send a copy of your student card to benefit from the special rate.

For more information about the Forum and the program click here.


Start: June 24, 2021
End: June 25, 2021

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