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The APPG held its first ever online evidence session, “Land-use assembly, planning, compensation and ADR: lessons learned and next steps”. A full recording of the session can be accessed here, and the presentation slides here.
The APPG held its AGM in Parliament to confirm its officers and fulfil its reporting requirements.
John Howell MP and John Spellar MP (accompanied by CIArb Director General Anthony Abrahams, Head of Policy Lewis Johnston and Regional Director Camilla Godman) led an APPG for ADR fact-finding trip to Singapore to understand how ADR operates there and how Singapore has established itself as a global disputes hub. An initial write-up from this trip is available here.
Highlights from the fact-finding trip include:
A report from this trip is expected shortly, and will be launched in the UK Parliament in the new year.
The APPG held an evidence session in Parliament on the topic of ‘how can government make more use of Conflict Avoidance Boards (CABs)?’. A write-up from the session and a link to the photograph album is available here. The minutes are available to download here.
MPs and Lords took evidence from:
The APPG held an evidence session in Parliament on the topic of ‘London’s future as an international dispute resolution hub’. A summary of the session and a link to the photographic album are available here. The minutes are available to download here.
MPs took evidence from:
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The APPG is planning a further evidence session for later this year, with details to be released shortly.
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