2 nd Workshop on Training for Mediators

Nay Pyi Taw 16 th May

The opening ceremony of 2nd Workshop on Training for Mediations, organized by the Supreme Court of the Union in collaboration with Japan International Cooperational Agency (JICA), was held today at 9:30 am in Park Royal Hotel, Nay Pyi Taw.

The Director General of the Union Judiciary Supervision Office Daw Tin New Soe, the committee member of Cour-led Mediation Working Committee, delivered a  welcome speech at the opening ceremony.

         

The Supreme Court of the Union is developing the Court-led Mediation system for civil suits in Myanmar in order to establish efficient and effective Court Dispute Resolution (CDR) systems under the Strategic Objective of Judicial Strategic Plan.

         

The workshop aims to support the implementation of Court-led Mediation system. In the workshop, the expert from Japan, Prof. YOSHINO Takayoshi, will lead the discussion and the issues on practice in mediation, training for mediations and the Mediator’s Manual drafted by the Working Group with the JICA team will be mainly discussed.

         

A total of 30 judges and judicial officers from the Working Committee, the Working Group, head of office from the Regions and States High Court, Office of the Union Supreme Court and Office of the Union Judiciary Supervision attend the two-day workshop. The workshop will last for two days, from 16 to 17 May 2019.

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