(i)

 

 

To conduct evaluation programs including the setting of world-class standards for mediation, arbitration and practitioners in the field of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).
   
   

(ii)

 

To develop and make recommendations to Government Agencies and Instructions including Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) service providers.
   
   

(iii)

  

To engage and empower dispute resolution professionals and practitioners.
   
    (iv)

  

To adequately set standards to ensure quality control in the field of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) and permit qualified members to be part of the exercise.
   
   

(v)

    

To provide exceptional dispute resolution professionals with advanced training to meet dispute resolution needs of the public now and in the future.
   
    (vi)

  

To provide training, tools and support citizens, organizations, government officials, the judiciary, legal practitioners, employers of labour, business managers, communities and indigenous people with regard to dispute resolution.
   
   

(vii)

  

To advance the development and wide spread use of prompt, effective and economical methods of dispute resolution.
   
   

(viii)

  

To provide objective, non-partisan analysis and education programs for the improvement of dispute resolution.
   
(ix)

  

To collaborate and associate with any local or international Group, State, State Ministry or Department, Institution, Company, Society, Foundation, Union, Association, Organization on Projects, Seminars and Workshops on Dispute Resolution and other concepts ancillary to it.
   

(x)

   

To do all such other things that would promote the realization of its objectives.
   
    (xi)

 

AND to carry on any other activity whatsoever which can, in the opinion of the Board of Trustees, be advantageously carried on by the Society in connection with or as ancillary to any of the above objects.
   
           
           
           
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