COOPERATION AND MEMBERSHIP

Cooperation agreements

One of the pillars of CAM-CCBC’s activities is the promotion of the development of adequate dispute resolution methods through the exchange of knowledge and experiences and investment in the training of new specialized professionals. The Center has a program of partnerships and cooperation agreements with related entities, research centers and academic institutions around the world.

Agreements with other institutions allow for the exchange of information on best practice, as well as the strengthening of international links. The agreement policy began in 2008 with the Centro de Arbitraje Y Mediación – Cámara de Comercio de Santiago (CAM-Santiago), located in Chile, being improved in the following years. Today there are over 15 partner institutions in several countries.

Partner Institutions

Membership and support

Apart from cooperation agreements, CAM-CCBC is a member and supports institutions and initiatives. All are in line with its strategic objectives of promoting and developing adequate dispute resolution methods and, as CAM-CCBC, do not have profit motives.

The memberships and support of national and international institutions and initiatives demonstrate CAM-CCBC’s commitment with the promotion of diversity, exchange of information and the constant search for improved efficiency and cost reduction in dispute resolution. Learn more about the initiatives by clicking on the images below.

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