Singapore Convention Online Seminar Series: The Line-up

Following its kick-off last week, with Debbie Masucci speaking about how the Singapore Convention will change global mediation, we in collaboration with our friends at the Singapore International Mediation Institute are delighted to bring you the line-up for ‘webinar Wednesdays’, with further dates and speakers being added as we head towards ratification. Attendance is free, though we do encourage you to make a donation towards running costs with your registration.

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Deborah Masucci – How the Singapore Convention will change global mediationMarch 18, 13:00 Central European Time
Anil Changaroth – Online Dispute Resolution and the Singapore ConventionApril 1, 13:00 Central European Time
Ban Jiun Ean – How the Convention affects the international mediation marketApril 8, 13:00 CET
John Brand – South Africa and the Singapore ConventionApril 15, 13:00 CET
Shanti Abraham – The potential of the Singapore Convention in MalaysiaApril 22, 13:00 CET
Kelly Letsiou and Elena Koltsaki – Greece and the Singapore Convention on MediationApril 29, 13:00 CET
Anil Xavier – India and the Singapore ConventionMay 6, 13:00 CET
Wolf von Kumberg – Impact of the Convention on Investor-State MediationMay 13, 14:00 CET
Sarah Blake – Culture, process, and value proposition in the era of the SCMMay 20, 13:00 CET
Deniz Kite – Turkey and the SCMMay 27, 13:00 CET
Author Nadja Alexander on ‘The Singapore Convention: A Commentary’ June 3, 13:00 CET
Aloysius Goh – China and the SCMJune 10, 13:00 CET
Tony Nguyen – Vietnam and the SCMJune 17, 13:00 CET
Ana Sambold on the SCMJune 24, 17:00 CET
Thomas Samsø Bloch – A Scandinavian perspective on mediation in the era of the SCMJuly 1, 13:00 CET
Pasit Asawawattanaporn – Thailand and the SCMJuly 8, 13:00 CET
July 15
July 22
July 29
August 5
August 12
Dr Kariuki Muigua and Beryl Ouma on Kenya and the Singapore ConventionAugust 19
August 26
September 3
IMI and SIMISeptember 10

If you are interested in presenting in a Singapore Convention seminar, please email IMI Support with your name and proposed topic. We particularly welcome proposals from presenters with diverse backgrounds, and women.

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