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50 29.03.19 – will you have renegotiated successfully?

Prepare: So as the clock begins to tick down towards Brexit in 2019 there will also be a looming deadline of changing business relationships – notably those dependent on ongoing cross-border contracts with Europe as well as with those organisations that receive EU funding. Whilst we would all hope that any relationships that need to […]

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One size does not fit all

Effective dispute resolution comes in many forms – by John Munton, Director of Dispute Resolution Services, CEDR One of the key strengths associated with the mediation process is its flexibility. However, in my experience very few users of mediation choose to take control and design a process around their dispute rather than the other way […]

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When shaking hands means much more

Ruminating on memorable events this year the handshake between the President of the USA and the President of Cuba comes to mind and shows that 2013 is a very different world to the Black Saturday of 27th October 1962 and the Cuban Missile Crisis. This historic moment at the already momentous occasion of Nelson Mandela’s […]

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CEDR: A people business

In nearly 5 years at CEDR I’ve often found it difficult to explain to people what I do and what CEDR does.  I’ve held several different roles during my time here, and what I tell people usually changes depending on what part of the business I’m working with most closely at any one time. In […]

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What’s in a name: Balancing a Fair Process with Cultural Norms

What’s in a name: Balancing a Fair Process with Cultural Norms

In Pakistan it is normal to refer to older men who have some status in the community as ‘shahib’ after using their name. This term denotes respect and a certain amount of deference, and is completely normal in conversational and professional contexts.  It is important to note that there is no similar term used for […]

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