6-Day Accredited Mediation Training At NCDR

6-Day Accredited Mediation Training At NCDR

National Centre for Dispute Resolution, Pakistan’s first and only mediation centre has organized a 6-day mediation training program. This assessment-based program is aimed at candidates who wish to become NCDR accredited mediators.

The course will emphasize on both theoretical and practical aspects of managing disputes. Participants will acquire an understanding of conflicts, their resolution through mediation and will have an opportunity to go through practical exercises thereby developing the skills required for mediation. This course will help participants navigate through the field of dispute resolution specifically related to mediation. Professionals with graduate background are encouraged to enroll and develop a skill set which in today’s economic spectrum can help save time and money and bring about societal harmony.


Course dates: 15 May 2017- 20 May 2017

Course timings: 09:00am—05:00pm

Registration Fee: Rs.75,000*

*Fee includes training folder and other training materials, lunch, tea and refreshments.

Registration on first-come-first-served basis as there are limited seats.

Address: 11C South Seaview Avenue,
Main Sunset Blvd, Defence Phase 2,
Karachi, Pakistan

Telephone: 021-35888047

E-mail: [email protected]

Please do NOT contact on any email other than the one mentioned above.


NCDR has trained over 1,280 individuals including senior judges, lawyers, members of the corporate sector, legal officers, religious scholars, senior muftis, police officers and provincial and federal ombudspersons.

National Centre for Dispute Resolution (NCDR) came into existence in 2007 with the help of IFC when late Governor Sindh Chief Justice (R) Saiduzzaman Siddiqui was appointed as the founding President of KCDR (Karachi Centre for Dispute Resolution) which was then converted to NCDR after having signed an MoU with the High Court of Sindh and later receiving recognition from the Supreme Court of Pakistan. NCDR was tasked to contribute towards the reduction of backlog of cases in courts. Currently NCDR is also assisting the Lahore High Court with setting up a centre for court-annexed mediation. NCDR has also contributed towards the ADR Bill 2017 passed by the National Assembly. NCDR carries out training programs for mediation and conflict management.

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