ISLAMABAD: National Centre for Dispute Resolution (NCDR) has conducted a 6-day Conflict Resolution through Mediation training programme for 60 religious scholars at Darul Uloom Karachi.
According to a press statement issued here on Sunday, the course equipped the scholars with the art of resolution of dispute by way of mediation. Ebrahim Saifuddin, COO and Principal Trainer of NCDR along with Afnan Siddiqui, Principal Trainer of NCDR conducted the 6-day training programme designed according to the culture and norms of Pakistan.
The certificate distribution ceremony was held at Darul Uloom Karachi on May 28, 2015.NCDR, a non-profit organization, was established in 2007 as Pakistan’s first mediation centre. Initially known as Karachi Centre for Dispute Resolution, it has trained a number of judges, lawyers, management of the corporate sector and religious scholars.
Mediation is an alternative method of dispute resolution in which disputes are resolved amicably which maintaining and building relationships. It is a non-adversarial process focused on addressing interests of the disputants. With the training of scholars at Darul Uloom, people can now avail mediation services at the Darul Iftaa of Darul Uloom.