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Appropriate Dispute Resolution is a civilised way of resolving a range of differences and conflicts, with a collection of processes used to resolve conflicts or disputes informally and confidentially. Appropriate Dispute Resolution provides a variety of processes that help parties to resolve disputes without a trial. Appropriate Dispute Resolution processes for civil cases typically include interest-based negotiation, mediation and arbitration. People at various relationship levels encounter differences which if not handled appropriately can escalate into unresolved conflict.

Appropriate Dispute Resolution is usually less formal, less expensive, not adversarial and less time-consuming than a court trial. ADR can also give people more opportunity to determine when and how their disputes will be resolved.

Read more about these ADR processes, when they may or may not be appropriate or watch a video and check out for news items, articles, and relevant resources on current issues and development of Appropriate Dispute Resolution across the world on adrdaily.com

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Ghana to host African Arbitrators’ Conference

The African Arbitration Association (AfAA) is to hold its 2nd Annual Conference in Accra under the theme: Reform and Innovation of International Dispute Resolution...
Mr Gamey (left) receiving a painting gift from the executives of Standard Chartered Bank Ghana

Austin Gamey Foundation launched to promote conflict resolution

Renowned labour expert, Austin Akufo Gamey has celebrated his 70th birthday with the launching of the Austin Gamey Foundation aimed at promoting efforts towards...
Exxon, Shell cannot restore $1.8 billion Nigerian arbitration award: U.S. judge

Exxon, Shell cannot restore $1.8 billion Nigerian arbitration award: U.S. judge

A U.S. judge on Wednesday rejected Exxon Mobil Corp’s (XOM.N) and Royal Dutch Shell Plc’s (RDSa.L) effort to revive a $1.8 billion arbitration award...
A strike by the pilots will cost the airline greatly

Kenya Airways Pilots seek mediation to avert strike

Kenya Airways pilots are seeking a government-appointed mediator to mediate their ongoing dispute with the airline’s management, cautioning that failure to resolve the labour...
Justice Sir Dennis Adjei interacting with the participants at the session

Judge cautions Customary Arbitrators against coercing parties

A Court of Appeal Judge, Justice Sir Dennis Adjei, has admonished traditional leaders practicing customary arbitration to desist from coercing disputing parties to submit...
Mrs Karikari launching the Code

Labour Commission launches Code for Mediators, Arbitrators

Ghana’s National Labour Commission (NLC) has launched a Code of Conduct and Rules for Mediators and Arbitrators with the aim of ensuring effectiveness and...
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Mediation with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the dozens of clergy sex-abuse cases has been successful and is ongoing in San...
Nasser Bourita, Morocco's Foriegn Affairs Minister

Morocco promotes African peace and development at UN Assembly

A Ministerial Meeting of the Peace and Security Council of the African Union (AU), was held on Friday at the 74th session of the...
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India Supreme Court allows mediation in landmark temple dispute

In a major development, India’s Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed to resume mediation efforts to seek an out-of-court settlement in the century-old temple-mosque dispute...
Nana Dr Appiagyei Dankawoso addressing the GNCCI members

GNCCI President upbeat about ADR

The Ghana National Chamber of Commerce and Industry has expressed optimism over the use of Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR) mechanisms in resolving hundreds of...
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