Professional Mediation Skills Course*
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The Singapore International Dispute Resolution Academy (SIDRA) is Asia’s leader for learning and research in negotiation and dispute resolution with a cross-cultural focus. SIDRA’s mission is to lead change in the culture of deal-making and dispute resolution and to empower people to create value.
People turn to SIDRA when:
They face intractable problems in their negotiations and disputes, and need cutting-edge solutions.
- They see the rapid evolution of complex challenges that are defining our time, and want to acquire next-generation expertise in negotiation and dispute resolution.
- They realise that conventional wisdom and theories may not work in all situations, and want access to the latest practice-based and context-sensitive research.
- They understand that growth is not easily achieved alone, and wish to be part of a community of international stakeholders who regularly exchange and explore ideas and experiences in negotiation and dispute resolution.
- They appreciate the relevance of diverse perspectives in a globalised world, and want to hear the leading Asian ideas and insights in global conversations on negotiation and dispute resolution.
SIDRA engages in research and development projects and collaborations, conducts training and accreditation programmes, and organises think-tank and community events. SIDRA also provides consultancy services. These services form SIDRA’s three strategic pillars: fostering ideas, generating innovation and sharing insights.
SIDRA works with government officials, judicial officers, business executives, lawyers, mediators and trainers. Its distinguished international faculty has been drawn from the fields of practice, academia and policy and has worked with clients from all over the world. This includes Australia, Bahrain, Austria, Germany, Vietnam, Hungary, France, Italy, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Philippines, Dubai, Solomon Islands, Samoa, Vanuatu, United Kingdom, United States, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Zealand, Latvia, Slovenia, Russia, Papua New Guinea, Hong Kong, Fiji, China, Ghana, Egypt, Cameroon and South Africa.