What we do

Mediation

Mediation is an alternate dispute resolution method in which two or more persons/parties resolve their dispute with the help of a neutral mediator. The mediator facilitates the process of conflict resolution, however, the decisions are made by the affected parties.

Online Dispute Resolution – ODR

Traditionally, dispute resolution took place face-to-face, but after the outbreak of Corona the new tools and technology allowed resolution of disputes online. ODR is settlement of dispute through virtual/online communication.

Peer Mediation

Maadhyam has been empowering young minds to reduce and prevent conflicts, within and outside. Mediation skills will help them to coexist even with people they disagree with.

Cross Border

Singapore Convention on Mediation is the turning point in International Commercial Dispute Resolution. The convention provides for effective enforcement of mediated settlements in the party states

Court Referred Mediation

n court referred mediations, the referral judge plays the most crucial role in persuading and motivating the parties for mediation. The mediation process is initiated through the referral order.

Arbitration

Arbitration is another form of alternate dispute resolution where parties

choose an  Arbitrator to adjudicate their dispute. Arbitration is less time consuming and a quicker way of dispute resolution than
litigation

Mediation

Mediation is an alternate dispute resolution method in which two or more persons/parties resolve their dispute with the help of a neutral mediator. The  mediator facilitates the process of conflict resolution, however, the decisions are made by the affected parties.

Online Mediation

Traditionally, mediation took place face-to-face, but as a response to the current urgent need in the country, we’ve launched a new service that allows mediations to take place online. Online mediation allows you to resolve your dispute quickly even during the Pandemic and
lockdown

Peer Mediation

Maadhyam believes, young people need to
communicate effectively, appreciate the
consequences of their actions, generate and evaluate alternative solutions to problems, and coexist with people with whom they disagree

Cross Border

The Singapore Convention on Mediation
(Convention) entered into force today, marking a significant development in international commercial dispute resolution. Businesses around the world will now have greater certainty in resolving cross-border disputes through mediation, as the Convention provides a more effective means for mediated outcomes to be enforced.

Court Referred Mediation

Court may refer the cases for mediation to Court annexed mediation centre or to private mediators whenever the court sees any element of settlement in the case.

Arbitration

Arbitration is a procedure in which a dispute is submitted, by agreement of the parties, to one or more arbitrators who make a binding decision on the dispute. In choosing arbitration, the parties opt for a private dispute resolution procedure instead of going to court.

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Maadhyam aims to build capacity with a global outlook. Our team is committed to advance your skills and techniques of conflict resolution.

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