National Conciliation and Arbitration Board
Throughout its history, the Shia Ismaili Muslim community has maintained a tradition of resolving disputes and differences through a voluntary process of mediation, conciliation and arbitration.
Short 3 minute video : Aitmadi Alwaez Kamaludin Ali Muhammad speaks about Happiness in Relationships.
Short 3 minute video : Alwaez Altaf Mukhi speaks about Expectations in Relationships.
Alwaez Kamaludin Ali Muhammad speaks about Ethics and Right Practice of Business
Video: Webinar Risthey 04 - Friendly Discussions Minimizes Conflict
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way many companies and organizations provide services, including mediation and other forms of conflict resolution. This video explores how we prepare for the future during these very challenging and unprecedented times. We will discuss new trends in conflict resolution with a view to build on the foundations we have already invested in, with an eagerness to learn and improve.
The Jamati institutions have worked tirelessly to assist newly arrived Ismailis in various parts of the world. It was a remarkable foresight for Mawlana Hazar Imam to anticipate that the Jamat, moving from one country to another, will also need institutional support in resolving conflicts across jurisdictions. He mandated the International Conciliation and Arbitration Board to facilitate such assistance, which is done through the National Conciliation and Arbitration Boards. This video explores issues of migration and how the Conciliation and Arbitration Boards assist Ismailis in resolving disputes across borders and when they settle in different countries.
The family is the most important foundation of our society. The Conciliation and Arbitration Boards understand that when disputes occur in families, everyone endures significant pain. It is therefore critical to pay particular attention to helping the parties heal, even if they can no longer live together. This video explores the importance of a strong family and how harmony in our families can secure a firm foundation on which to build for the future.This video explores the importance of a strong family and how harmony in our families can secure a firm foundation on which to build for the future.
As we look to building for the future, young people will need to navigate a complex and interconnected world – the honing of emotional intelligence is one of the most important competencies that they will need to excel. This video explores the importance of providing the young in our Jamat the skills to mediate and resolve day-to-day issues with ease and comfort, honing their emotional intelligence and internalizing the ethics of our faith in daily practice.
This video explores the role of ethics in disputes and how the Ismaili Conciliation and Arbitration Boards help the Jamat resolve disputes by encouraging an ethical culture of mediation.
As the Conciliation and Arbitration Boards celebrate Conflict Resolutoin Day 2020, join us as we explore the issues facing the Jamat and the ethical underpinnings of our system, and to learn about how the Conciliation and Arbitration Boards use best practices to assist the Jamat globally.
This video suggests some thought provoking reflections on our personal journey of matrimonial relationship, which can help us analyze & reflect on our past actions & to make our spousal relationships more stronger and pleasant in the future.
What does it mean to live within the ethics of Islam? How does this apply to those in conflict? This week, we explore how the ethics of Islam underpin the work of the CAB system how CAB mediators help to create an ethical culture of mediation.