National Conciliation and Arbitration Board
The National Conciliation and Arbitration Board (NCAB) is a volunteer organisation of the Ismaili Institutions. It assists in the conciliation process in disputes arising out of the commercial, domestic and civil matters.
“It also allows me to state my conviction that strengthening of institutions supporting pluralism is as critical for the welfare and progress of human society as are poverty alleviation and conflict prevention. In fact all three are intimately related”. Mawlana Hazar Imam, Prince Claus Fund’s conference on Culture and Development, Amsterdam, September 7, 2002
The National Conciliation and Arbitration Board marks Conflict Resolution Day.
“Wealth and Power are not objectives in themselves but are to be used in the service of others “Irshad Mubarak in Shugnan, Tajikistan, 25 September 1998.
International Day of Families is observed on 15 May every year.
Differences of opinion and disagreements are an inevitable part of our lives.
During these times of isolation, the incidence of disputes are known to increase.
Domestic abuse is an age old and deep-rooted issue in society, affecting women, men and children. The current restriction to movement and the socio/economic pressures brought about by the Covid 19 pandemic has led to a huge surge in domestic abuse cases worldwide.
Relationships, whether they are between parents and children, husband and wife, amongst brothers and sisters or within the extended families are an important part of our lives that we must nurture and cherish.