The inductees with some of the old members after the workshop
The inductees with some of the old members after the workshop
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The Ghana National Association of ADR Practitioners (GNAAP) has inducted 15 newly trained mediators and arbitrators into the association.

Their induction promotes them into the Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR) practise which continues to expand in Ghana.

It follows the successful completion of their training programme at the Institute of Paralegal Training and Leadership Studies (IPLS), an affiliate of GNAAP, which seeks to promote excellence in Ghana’s ADR industry.

The inductees with some of the old members after the workshop

The new members include Rev. Adamu Mahama Adams, Mr. Efui  Appeahkorang Tamakloe, Emmanuel Danso Adom, Felix  Tieku-Ewulu, Mrs.  Rubby Yawa Ankude, Albert Marfo Nana Barfi, Prince Ofoe Akoto, Nii Amarh Ashitey, Janet Awo Bakudie, Ms. Farida Ali-Musah, Mr. Abdoulaye Coulibaly and Rev. Dorcas Koomson.

As part of the induction ceremony, which was held at the association’s annual 2018 National Mandatory Continuous Professional Development Workshop (MCPDW) at Kasoa in the Central Region at the weekend, the new members were offered orientation to enable them to excel.

Mr. Wogbe Atta Dogoe, General Secretary of GNAAP, which has over 400 members, urged the new members to practice professionally by adhering to the rules, regulations and code of ethics of the profession.

He reminded them of the critical nature of the ADR profession in Ghana, and urged them to deliver effectively so as to gain the confidence of clients and the public in general.

By Edmund Mingle/adrdaily.com

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