WMO Institutional Members

Welcome to the section of Institutional Members, namely the WMO Points. Here, you will find a list of all official partnering associations, institutes, and universities. A WMO Point serves as a local or national contact that represents the ethics and vision of WMO, namely to promote conflict preventing skills, critical thinking abilities, and non-armed dispute managing mindsets. If your organization, institute or educational authority shall join this global network of game changers, please follow the instructions right here: https://worldmediation.org/members/

WMO Delegate: Vanesa Diaz Padilla

The AMPJDP is a professional association in the field of Psychology focussing on the social improvement of the society. Such positive development is initiated and realized by a wide range of social community projects that have an awareness raising and educational impact on several levels, such as the environment of the family, workplace, and politics.

Find more information on the vision, mission, and activities in general of our partner by visiting the corresponding website: https://ampjydp.org

WMO Delegate: Valentino Buoro

The ATMA is a bridge building association that focusses on the improvement and professionalism of the practice of mediation within the area of a lawyer’s daily field of action, and vice versa, namely of the practice of an attorney in a mediator’s field of action. Thereby, both subjects benefit from each other’s core concepts and mutually merge to a unique style and perspective of professional practice. 

Find more information on the vision, mission, and activities in general of our partner by visiting the corresponding website: https://atmanigeria.com

WMO Delegates: Dr. Katherine Johnson, Andrew Wong

The ADRA targets on supporting and transforming the community of dispute resolution practice by providing leadership, direction and growth. Such transforming concepts create sustainable conflict resolving mindsets on all levels of society.

Find more information on the vision, mission, and activities in general of our partner by visiting the corresponding website: https://adra.net.au

WMO Delegate: Krusch Antony

Bharata Mata ADR International (BMADRI) is an institute of excellence in alternative dispute resolution affiliated to M G University. BMADRI believes that all students have the drive for excellence. Focus is on interactive learning through case studies, group discussions, seminars, debates, role plays, live projects, moot courts and other related activities. These  tools serve as effective instrument to sharpen decision making, leadership, team building and analytical skills of students.

Find more information on the vision, mission, and activities in general of our partner by visiting the corresponding website: https://bsols.in

WMO Delegate: Mahbuba Rahman Runa

Bangladesh International Arbitration Centre (BIAC) is the first international arbitration institution in the country. It is registered as a not-for-profit organization and commenced operations in April 2011 under a license from the Government. The International Chamber of Commerce-Bangladesh (ICC-B), Dhaka Chamber of Commerce & Industry (DCCI), and Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce & Industry (MCCI), Dhaka are sponsors of BIAC. The International Finance Corporation (IFC) – the private sector arm of The World Bank – with funds from UK Aid and the European Union, had supported BIAC in the initial stages under a co-operation agreement. 

Find more information on the vision, mission, and activities in general of our partner by visiting the corresponding website: https://biac.org.bd

WMO Delegate: Nidhi Modi

The CIADR renders a wide range of expedients including networking and promotional opportunities, as well as facilities for hearings, meetings and other events both in online and offline. CiADR provides education and training for dispute resolvers i.e. arbitrators, mediators, adjudicators, negotiators, conciliators independently and with collaboration of other renowned institutions.

Find more information on the vision, mission, and activities in general of our partner by visiting the corresponding website: https://ciadrbd.org

WMO Delegate: Laurent Cleenewerck

EUCLID belongs to the exclusive category of “international / intergovernmental” institutions of higher learning established under international law, either directly by UN Member States or in some cases by UN-related organs and organizations. At EUCLID, our mission is to deliver best-of-class distance education and consulting services to our Participating States’ officials as well as to our general public students.

Find more information on the vision, mission, and activities in general of our partner by visiting the corresponding website: https://euclid.int

WMO Delegate: Nasir Shaikh

Ideally located on the pristine and serene outskirts of the educational hub Pune, Maharashtra, the Lexicon Management Institute of Leadership and Excellence (Lexicon MILE), stands tall on the famous main highway of Nagar Road, Wagholi.

Away from the hustle bustle of the city of Pune, surrounded by swaying palm trees, the campus of Lexicon Management Institute of Leadership and Excellence stands tall on the highway and is an ideal getaway for a conducive and peaceful environment, for a two year full time program, in higher management education: https://www.lexiconmile.com

WMO Delegate: Sanjukta Mukherjee

Optima is a women promoter driven consulting firm which offers end to end, bespoken turnkey solutions in the area of strategy consulting with special focus on the MSME / Mittelstand sector organisations specifically owned by women. With a large band of intercontinentally located specialists and experts Optima helps mitigate eco systemic constraints, resolve gender and legal barriers and offer systemic design solutions to fellow women travellers on their journey of just transition.
 

Find more information on the vision, mission, and activities please visit the corresponding website: https://www.optimasolutionsadvisory.com/

WMO Delegate: Judhajit Sanyal

Sustainable Design Research Consortium is a research & action consortium, which aims to integrate various aspects of sustainability including Sustainable Entrepreneurship & Livelihoods, Social Justice, Gender Empowerment, Green Energy using principles of design through its various interventions. The initiatives at SDRC focus on core areas of sustainability including research & policy recommendations, multi-stakeholder engagement, and dialogue building, entrepreneurship ecology development, capacity building, and advocacy.
 

Find more information on the vision, mission, and activities please visit the corresponding website: https://sustainabledesignsolutions.com