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The Nairobi Centre for International Arbitration (NCIA) was established in 2013 vide an Act of Parliament the Nairobi Centre for International Arbitration Act No. 26 of 2013 as a Centre for promotion of international commercial arbitration and other forms of dispute resolution mechanism. Section 5 of the NCIA Act 2013 mandates the Centre to ensure that arbitration is reserved as the dispute resolution process of choice as well as to organize international conferences, seminars and training programs for arbitrators. Furthermore, the Centre is mandated to provide training and accreditation for mediators and arbitrators and to educate the public on arbitration as well as other alternative dispute resolution mechanisms.

To this end, the Centre has developed a curriculum to provide accredited and certified trainings in order to enhance professional capacity in Alternative Dispute Resolution and promote the use of Alternative Dispute Resolution processes. The Training (“the Services”) is for the TRAINING OF ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION COURSES (INCLUDING ARBITRATION, MEDIATION, ADJUDICATION, CONCILIATION, DISPUTE REVIEW, NEGOTIATION, EXPERT EVALUATION & DETERMINATION etc) USING THE NCIA CURRICULUM.

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NCIA Service Charter

Strategic Plan

NCIA Strategic Plan

Strategic Plan 2017 – 2022

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Strategic Plan Summary 2017 – 2022

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The Nairobi Centre for International Arbitration (NCIA) was established in 2013 vide an Act of Parliament the Nairobi Centre for International Arbitration Act No. 26 of 2013 as a Centre for promotion of international commercial arbitration and other forms of dispute resolution mechanism. Section 5 of the NCIA Act 2013 mandates the Centre to ensure that arbitration is reserved as the dispute resolution process of choice as well as to organize international conferences, seminars and training programs for arbitrators. Furthermore, the Centre is mandated to provide training and accreditation for mediators and arbitrators and to educate the public on arbitration as well as other alternative dispute resolution mechanisms.

To this end, the Centre has developed a curriculum to provide accredited and certified trainings in order to enhance professional capacity in Alternative Dispute Resolution and promote the use of Alternative Dispute Resolution processes. The Training (“the Services”) is for the TRAINING OF ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION COURSES (INCLUDING ARBITRATION, MEDIATION, ADJUDICATION, CONCILIATION, DISPUTE REVIEW, NEGOTIATION, EXPERT EVALUATION & DETERMINATION etc) USING THE NCIA CURRICULUM.

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NCIA Service Charter

Strategic Plan

NCIA Strategic Plan

Strategic Plan 2017 – 2022

Download a copy of  NCIA strategic plan booklet 

Strategic Plan Summary 2017 – 2022

Download a copy of NCIA strategic plan summary