Members of the Asia Pacific Mediation Forum are entitled to register their organisation in the APMF Directory using this form. Once you have filled in the form please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Resolution Institute is a vibrant community of mediators, arbitrators, adjudicators, restorative justice practitioners and other DR professionals. Created as a result of the integration of LEADR with IAMA in 2014, we are a not-for-profit organisation with more than 4,000 members in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific region.
Our offices are in Sydney (Australia) and Wellington (New Zealand). WEBSITE: https://www.resolution.institute/
What our organisation does:
• Keeps members informed – our website, newsletter and events provide up to date news and information
• Develops the skills of DR practitioners – we have lots of CPD offerings
• Establishes and supports state and regional Chapters and special interest groups – DR practitioners come together to connect, network and learn
• Provides high quality mediation training and accreditation
• Promotes the use of mediation and DR – DR can help prevent, manage and resolve conflict and disputes in business, workplaces, families and communities
• Provides a voice for DR practitioners in public discussion about DR – we gather and represent members’ views
• Provides an up to date listing of mediators and other DR practitioners – on this website, look for these in Resolving a Dispute
• Administers building and construction industry payment disputes and domain name disputes in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania
• Assists organisations to develop effective dispute resolution processes.
Alliance for Peace and Development
The Alliance for Peace and Development Nepal (APDN) is a non-political, non-partisan, non-profit-making organisation founded in 2005. In the initial phase, APDN was a professional forum for launching academic and pragmatic discourse among educated youth, younger politicians and professionals. Later, the founder scholars collectively felt the need to carry out pro-active undertakings in an organised way. Nepalese peace and development scholars steered the organisation towards working in the areas of peace, development and democratisation in Nepal with moral support from senior and younger political leaders of major political parties, subject matter experts, international organisations and the leading personalities of the civil society movement of Nepal.
Specialist areas: peace, security, conflict transformation, human rights, local governance, diversity management, etc.
Languages: Nepali, Hindi
Address: 210 Him Shikhar Marga Shantinagar. Post: GPO Box 15143, Kathmandu, Nepal
Phone: +(977 1) 4107856
Fax: +(977 1) 4107918
Mobile: (+977) 98511 13904
Youth Initiative (YI) is a youth-run, youth-led, membership-based pioneer youth organisation in Nepal. YI formally registered in 2001, envisioning a situation where young people are involved, valued and listened to, where they feel safe and develop their potential to the fullest. YI’s mission is to inform, empower and involve youth and create opportunities for them.
Specialist areas: civic leadership, democratization, human rights, conflict transformation, gender mainstreaming and governance.
Just Peace Initiatives
Address: T-772 Hassan Street, Backside VIP Guest House, Old Bara Road, University Town, Peshawar, Pakistan
Fax: +92- 91-5703786
JPI’s mission and vision is to promote a justice-based and peaceful civil society by harnessing the creative energies of the poor and underprivileged. This is achieved through close collaboration with partner communities and organisations through a participatory, demand-responsive, gender- and poverty-sensitive integrated development approach in the Khyber-Pukhtoonkhwa, Baluchistan Provinces, and FATA. JPI interventions mainly focus on achievements in human rights, peace building, conflict transformation methods, institutional development, community mobilisation, organiszation and awareness raising, participatory research and gender sensitisation. Our interventions include peace education, reproductive health care, drinking water supply, restorative justice, trauma healing, non-formal community-based education and vocational skills development.
Specialist areas: ADR, Indigenous peacebuilding, restorative justice, conflict transformation, arbitration, mediation, families, communities, welfare
Languages: Urdu, Pustho, Punjabi, Persian, Arabic
Philippine Mediation Center
Pursuant to Supreme Court ‘en banc’ Resolution A.M. No. 01-10-5-SC-PHILJA, dated 16 October 2001, and in line with the objectives of the Action Program for Judicial Reforms (APJR) to decongest court dockets, among others, the court prescribed guidelines to institutionalise and implement a mediation program in the Philippines. The same resolution designated the Philippine Judicial Academy as the component unit of the Supreme Court for court-annexed mediation and other alternative dispute resolution (ADR) mechanisms, and established the Philippine Mediation Center (PMC).
Specialist areas: court-annexed mediation
MEDIARCOM European Mediation Association
Non-profit organisation committed to a culture of dialogue to solve differences and conflict. Bridges the European Union countries and cooperates with governments, companies and individuals across the EU.
Specialist areas: business mediation (EU and International), organizational mediation, family mediation, community mediation, environment mediation, education mediation
Languages: Portuguese, French, German, Spanish
Administrative Court of Thailand
A court with an administrative jurisdiction which adjudicates cases involving disputes between administrative agencies or state officials and private individuals.
Specialist areas: administrative cases