SUPPORTED BY

MINISTRY OF LAW AND JUSTICE, GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF CORPORATE AFFAIRS

SUPREME COURT
MEDIATION AND CONCILIATION PROJECT COMMITTEE

11-17

SEPTEMBER

OUR PARTNERS

ABOUT

Mediation has proved to be an effective method of dispute resolution around the world, which gives party more autonomy over the process, saves time and money, and protects relationships. Unfortunately, awareness is one of the biggest challenges mediation faces in India.

Indian Mediation Week, is a pan-India mediation awareness initiative, being organized with the support of Ministry of Law and Justice, Government of India and Supreme Court Mediation and Conciliation Project Committee. (MCPC)

EVENTS

All events in the Indian Mediation Week are targeted towards the general public. Events include mediation awareness drives, flash mobs, mediation rallies, street plays, mediation training etc.

The list of scheduled events, promoters and supporters is growing and the website will be updated accordingly.

HOW CAN YOU HELP?

Do you want to be a part of the first Indian Mediation Week? Want to bring your city on the mediation map of India? Isn’t this a great opportunity to showcase all the work you have done in the field of mediation? Do you want to share some good ideas which can make this event a success?
Get in touch with us!

TESTIMONIALS

My support to the full campaign. I wish a great success to the campaign. Please keep it up the good work.
-C.K Reejonia, Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Law and Justice
My heartiest congratulations to young leaders for initiating such an important exercise. I wish them all the success in this great venture".
-Arun Chawla, Deputy Secretary General of FICCI
Bravo!! You guys are taking the movement of mediation forward which is bringing peace in the society. Keep up the good work. All the best!
- Puja Dewan, Office Director, Delhi Dispute Resolution Society and Varuna Bhandari- Mediator Trainer Supreme Court of India
Very impressed by your foresight, endeavour, and commitment to life without conflict. Any effort that is taken up by young people, even before they become lawyers, while they are preparing to become lawyers, to attitudinally work towards dispute resolution through mediation, through alternative systems, needs to be welcomed And those who are participating in it, I believe, are angels of service to humanity. The world owes you a thankyou!
- Salman Khurshid, Former Law Minister/ Senior Advocate