Mediation and conciliation are considered as alternative modes of
dispute settlement in which a third party intervenes with the
parties to help them resolve the dispute between them.
Mediation is considered as an alternative mode of dispute settlement in
which a third party intervenes with the parties to help them resolve the
dispute between them.
The issue is not to decide the case as a judge or an arbitrator would do, but
to find an amicable solution.
When issuing his arbitration award, the arbitrator allows the parties to obtain
a compulsory and binding decision, comparable to a court decision.
Mediation, in turn, allows the parties to contribute with the help of mediators
in developing the transaction they will only sign if satisfied with it.
The mediator, in fact, cannot impose his own solution, having no authority,
except that of inviting the parties to the mediation session
Conciliation consists in the
intervention of a third party, the conciliator, who after listening to the
parties and analyzing their views offers them a way of resolving their dispute
CACI and its Centre for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration provide
parties a mediation and conciliation service to which they can appeal by a
written referral to organize the proceedings.
Madam Fella GHERSI KHIAL
Algerian Chamber of Commerce
Secretariat of the Conciliation, Mediation
and Arbitration Centre of CACI
Phone/Fax : 021 96 46 25
Phone: 021 96 66 66 / Poste 158
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org