The Marian Conflict Resolution Centre (MCRC) has the mission to train people to be professionally competent, certified and licensed negotiators, mediators, arbitrators and support research into the real causes of conflicts and offer possible mechanisms for resolution and management of conflicts. Since its establishment in 2011 at the Catholic University College of Ghana, the Centre has successfully trained and equipped close to 700 participates in professional mediation and conflict resolution, arbitration and human rights across the country to support resolving conflicts through Alternative Dispute Resolution practices.
On monday 9th August 2021, the MCRC of Catholic University College of Ghana commenced five-day Alternative Dispute Resolution Training to equip over 100 participates with the requisite skills to enable them practice professional mediation and conflict resolution.
The target groups include legal practitioners and other professionals such as Lawyers, Law students, Chief, Legal Aid Officials, Religious leaders, MPs, Police Offices, Army Officers, leaders of Political Parties, private and public administrators and many others.
Professor Daniel Obeng Ofori, the Vice-Chancellor of the CUCG, expressed the hope that the training would impart participants with the required knowledge that would enable them to go back and impact positive changes at their work places and in the larger society.
Also, Dr. Vida Korang, Executive Director of the Centre, indicated that the programme is designed to effectively address emerging challenges in the ADR industry...