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THE COVID-19 ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION INITIATIVE (CADRI)

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Towards the end of 2019, an audacious and non-discerning virus christened COVID-19, quickly transcended into a global pandemic. Its spread has forced governments worldwide to impose stringent but imperative measures which curtailed civil liberties, with unprecedented global socio-economic consequences.

People and corporate entities affected by disputes that emerges as a result of any action or inaction taken in response to COVID-19 would suffer personal, financial and economic losses.

It is our belief that those who have to enforce their rights as a result of COVID-19 related circumstances should not be subjected to the analogue vagaries of our slow-wheeled civil justice system.

The COVID-19 ADR Initiative (CADRI) is expected to improve access to justice so that the pains and aches of COVID-19 does not have to breach known boundaries and incur into the justice delivery space in the dawn of the new reality.

If ever there was a time for our ADR skills to be put to use, it is now. This is an open invitation to ADR practitioners world wide to contribute to the fight against the effect of COVID-19 by joining the CADRI Panel of Neutrals.

At this time, what the world requires are simple, cost-effective and efficient dispute resolution processes, and this is what CADRI seeks to offer.

For the full text of the Visioner’s statement, visit the website www.cadri.org.ng

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