ICC International Centre for ADR

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History

Founded 1976, Paris (France), within the framework of International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), as International Centre for Technical Expertise -- Centre international d'expertise technique. Previous rules, drawn up by ICC Commission on Arbitration, came into force 1 Jan 1993. The Revised ICC Rules for Expertises came into force 1 Jan 2003. Previously also known as ICC International Centre for Expertise -- Centre international d'expertise de la CCI.

Aims

Serve as the administrative body of the ICC that oversees the application of the ICC Amicable Dispute Resolution (ADR), Expertise, Dispute Boards and DOCDEX Rules.

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Activities

Works with parties to establish a holistic dispute resolution solution that meets the parties' specific interests. Parties may choose to resolve their dispute by selecting one of the available dispute resolution methods or may customize the procedure by combining various dispute resolution techniques. Organizes annual ICC Mediation Week in February, in Paris (France).

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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

UIA Org ID

E1658

Last News Received

2013
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