Mediators resolving a community disputes
Mediators resolving a community disputes
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An ADR Moot Camp aimed at sharpening the skills of newly trained mediators is underway in Accra.

The camp being held by the Gamey and Gamey Group’s ADR Institute for its 2018 Professional Executive Masters in ADR graduands, is designed to adequately prepare newly trained Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR) practitioners to effectively respond to the demands of the industry.

It is also to enhance their knowledge, skills and confidence to successfully handle cases from all sectors of the economy.

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The three-day residential event provides the platform for intense practical lessons and role plays by the participants.

Participants in a role play on investment dispute

Among other things, the session has been characterised with numerous professional role plays in investment, employment, managerial, corporate governance, equity, marital, family, community, intellectual property, territorial boundary and land dispute resolution.

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According to Mr. Saeed Musah-Khaleepha, a facilitator for the training, the session is aimed at enabling the participants to practice their mediation skill-set using the various tools.

He said the role plays have been designed with features of real cases to help the participants, including parties and mediators, to gain the requisite skills for practise.

It caps seven months of training for the professional masters’ programme of the Institute for 2018.


VIAEdmund Mingle
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