India proposes new arbitration centre based in New Delhi
The objects of the Centre are—
–to bring targeted reforms to develop itself as a flagship institution for conducting international and domestic arbitration;
–to promote research and study,
–providing teaching and training, and organising conferences and seminars in arbitration, conciliation, mediation and other alternative dispute resolution matters;
–to provide facilities and administrative assistance for conciliation, mediation and arbitral proceedings;
–to maintain panels of accredited arbitrators, conciliators and mediators both at national and international level or specialists such as surveyors and investigators;
–to collaborate with other national and international institutions and organisations for ensuring credibility of the Centre as a specialised institution in arbitration and conciliation;
–to set-up facilities in India and abroad to promote the activities of the Centre;
–to lay down parameters for different modes of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms being adopted by the Centre.
The project will draw on the input and experience of the international arbitration community.
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