27th World Forum of Mediation Centres


27th World Forum of Mediation Centres
Meet the Officers of the World’s Leading Commercial Mediation Centres
Forum organised by the UIA with the support of the Milan Chamber of Arbitration, the Ordine degli Avvocati di Milano, the UNAM – Unione Nazionale Avvocati per la Mediazione and the Coordinamento della Conciliazione Forense

The World Forum of Mediation Centres was created in 2001. It brings together the best commercial mediation practitioners and ADR centres from around the world, together with managers, academics, teachers, trainers, young practitioners, and all those interested in learning more about mediation.

The Forum takes place every 9 months in different countries around the world. It fosters the exchange of views on the development of ADR, enhancing knowledge, and best practices, giving new ideas, ensuring the best understanding of ADR, and learning from other cultures.

This 27th Forum promises to be again very exceptional because it will be the opportunity to gather experiences, ideas, observations about development of mediation and make comparison to enhance our knowledge and our practice. Do not miss this opportunity to meet with your colleagues, other professions connected to mediation practices, and other cultures.

Milan is a town to discover, a mediation discovery, a place to have a great Forum.

The various sessions of the Forum will be again stimulating and attractive, bringing together managers interested in the understanding and development of mediation for their companies, experienced and younger mediators, lawyers, academics, judges, students who are our future decision makers.

The 27th Forum will be an unforgettable international event. Practitioners from the USA, Australia, China, Africa and Europe have already confirmed their participation.

Mark your diaries now, save the dates and make sure to register!
We are looking forward to welcoming you to Milan!

American Arbitration Association/International Centre For Dispute Resolution – Arbitration Court at the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry – ADR Center – Aequitas – ADR – ADRg UK – Association des Médiateurs Indépendants d’Ile de France (AMIDIF) – Asociación Mexicana de Mediación y Arbitraje Comercial – Beijing Arbitration Commission – bMediation – Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR) – Centre Professionnel de Médiation – Milan Chamber of Arbitration – Chambre Suisse de Médiation Commerciale – Chambre vaudoise du commerce et de l’industrie – Cour Européenne d’Arbitrage – InterMediation – International Chamber of Commerce – Centre de Médiation et d’Arbitrage de Paris – Centre de Résolution des Conflits – Concilia – Conciliation Centre of CCPIT/CCOIC – Consolat de Mar de Barcelona – CPR: The International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution – Court of International Commercial Arbitration of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania – Croatian Bar Association – Euroarbitrage – European Center for Dispute Resolution (ECDR) – Greek Mediation Institute – Hellenic Mediation and Arbitration Centre – InMediazione ADR – International Mediation Institute (IMI) – Institut d’Expertise, d’Arbitrage et de Médiation (IEAM) – LAMAC – Lebanese Association for Mediation And Conciliation – London Court of International Arbitration – Malaysian Mediation Centre – Mediators’ Training Institute of Thessaloniki – Mediatorsfederatie Nederland (MfN) – Organismo di Conciliazione di Firenze (OCF) – Rakmo Institute – Resolutia Gestione delle Controversie – Slovenian Association of Mediators – Societa Italiana per la Risoluzione Alternativa delle Controversie – The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators – The Law Society of New SouthWales – WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center