Mr. Saeed Musah-Khaleepha
Mr. Saeed Musah-Khaleepha
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The newly launched Gamey and Co ADR Centre (GCADR) has opened the Call for Application onto its Roster of Mediators and Arbitrators.

The opening of the call follows the last Friday’s official launch of the  GCADR Centre which aims at offering quality ADR services to the citizenry.

It expects to secure a host of trained and qualified mediators and practitioners on its main and alternate roster to offer the best of services.

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The Call by the GCADR Centre, which has been established to promote a mass adoption of ADR by Ghanaians for the resolution of disputes, is to offer ADR practitioners a viable platform to practice.

While experienced mediators and arbitrators, as well as retired judges, would be appointed on the main roster, ADR practitioners with minimal experience would be hosted on the alternate roster.

Mr Saeed Musah-Khaleepha, acting Executive Director of the Centre, in an interview with ADR Daily, said although prior formal training in ADR is a prerequisite, interested applicants, who have no formal ADR training would be required to undergo training for their formal enrolment onto the roster.

“We want to provide the opportunity for hundreds of trained ADR professionals who are not practising to do so,” he said.

According to him, applicants must have the right drive, attitude and passion to work as mediators and arbitrators on the Centre’s roster.

Given the need to ensure high integrity and standards, he explained that a strict screening process would be conducted to secure a roster of top quality and integrity.

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