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Training

Advance commercial mediation training and awareness program delivered to the Centre d’Arbitrage, de Médiation et de Conciliation de Ouagadougou (CAMC-O) in Burkina Faso in December 2010. This project is a collaboration between the Institut de médiation et d’arbitrage du Québec (IMAQ), Éducadroits International and the Université de Sherbrooke who were chosen by the International Finance Corporation (World Bank Group) following an international call for tenders.

3 hour course in mediation of construction disputes given within the construction law masters course at the Faculty of Law of Laval University in Quebec city, on December 7, 2009.

Two week training, in May 2009, for the arbitrators (30), mediators/conciliators (40) and staff (10) of the Centre d’arbitrage, de médiation et de conciliation (CAMeC) of Cotonou, in Benin. This program resulted from a partnership between the Université de Sherbrooke and Éducadroits International, in collaboration with the faculty of law and political science of the Abomey-Calavi University of Cotonou, following an international request for proposals from the Millenium Challenge Account-Benin (MCA-Benin).

Commercial mediation training in Senegal provided by the Institut de médiation et d’arbitrage du Québec (IMAQ) and the Université de Sherbrooke in partnership with Dakar’s Centre d’Arbitrage de Médiation et de Conciliation and the faculty of law from the University of Dakar. Mr Pisapia was one of the four trainers with Mr. Jean Marois, president of IMAQ, and professors Marquis and Roberge, respectively Vice-chancellor for international affairs and Director of the ADR program from the University of Sherbrooke. Attending the 5 day program in April 2008 were some 50 participants, including representatives from the Department of Justice, the Judiciary, Dakar’s Bar and directors of Senegal’s main economic agencies and corporations.