Only 1 day until the Official Launch of the AiADR! Held in conjunction with Asia ADR Week, the Official Launch takes place this 6th of May at 8.00 pm and will be officiated by the Secretary-General of the Asian-African Legal Consultative Orgnization, H.E Prof. Dr. Kennedy Gastorn. Watch it live at aiadr.org/aiadr-tv/... See MoreSee Less
The Asian Institute of Alternative Dispute Resolution (AiADR) has been incorporated. AiADR is the first not-for-profit, Asian-driven member-based centre for alternative dispute resolution (ADR), dedicated to promoting the practice of ADR through affordable and accessible education, and development of the profession across Asia, Africa and its neighbours.
The Official Launch of AiADR will be officiated by the Secretary General of the Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization, H. E. Prof. Dr. Kennedy Gastorn at 8.00 p.m. on the 6th of May 2018.
The Official Launch will be held in conjunction with Asia ADR Week and will be streamed live on AiADRtv.
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