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More mediation use can reduce court cases backlog

Saturday, 13th November 2011

<p>&quot;PRESIDENT of the Mediation Institute of Guyana (MIG), Ms. Jamela Ali has said that more use of the process could reduce the backlog of court cases and allow for more timely access to justice...According to her, the procedure, established in 2003, enjoyed an enthusiastic start with 175 mediations conducted in 2004. &ldquo;Sadly, in the last few years, mediation lost some of its vigour and the numbers declined dramatically. In 2010, only 37 mediations were conducted,&rdquo; she disclosed.</p><p>The MIG President said the forum was organised to highlight mediation, the process, the advantages and the creativeness, thereby encouraging greater use of it as a means of alternative dispute resolution.&quot;</p><p>&nbsp;Please select the link below to read the whole article.&nbsp;</p>

Source: Guyana Chronicle Newspapers
Language: English
Contact: Telesha Persaud

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