The American Arbitration Association - International Centre for Dispute Resolution Foundation and #CampusBridge at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law’s Divided Community Project are excited to announce a unique Video Contest for college and university student teams across the United States.
The AAA-ICDR mourns the loss of Gerald Aksen, its former General Counsel, who passed away on January 29, 2024.
Watch the January 17, 2024, AAA-ICDR Foundation and the Chicago Bar Association D.I.C.E. Committee hosted webinar and hear from three AAA-ICDR Foundation grantees all Advancing Social Justice Initiatives Through Alternative Dispute Resolution.
The AAA-ICDR mourns the loss of Robert E. Meade, its former Senior Vice President, who passed away on January 8, 2024.
The AAA-ICDR Foundation concludes 2023 with an impressive look back on 2023. Stay tuned for more exciting developments in 2024, all made possible through contributions like yours. Read the full update, and consider making a contribution.
This article discusses the Foundation’s 2023 grant to Roca Inc., providing Rewire4 training department-wide at the Baltimore Police Department as way to reduce violence and increase understanding between police, community, and young adults.
The Foundation ended 2023 as a successful year of advancing our mission of supporting the prevention and resolution of conflicts by expanding access to ADR. Read about our many accomplishments in Q4 including: wining an award, publishing an article, and promoting civility, community building, and best practices in law enforcement and public safety.
The AAA-ICDR Foundation, in response to the intense and raw emotional impact upon
university and college students of the violence in Israel and Gaza, has announced a
Rapid Response grant to the Divided Community Project at The Ohio State University
Moritz College of Law.
This event featured the AAA-ICDR Foundation's 2022 Special Initiative grant to the National Civic League to promote and measure civility by producing a Civility Index, working with three pilot communities to embed civil discourse practices into public settings, and convening local leaders to refine and disseminate these tools and practices.
The AAA-ICDR Foundation is pleased to announce it has been awarded the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution’s 2023 Lawyer as Problem Solver Award. Annually awarded to legal professionals and/or institutions that exhibit extraordinary skill in promoting lawyers as problem solvers and resolving disputes at the individual, community, state, national, and international levels.
The American Bar Association finalized the recipients of subgrants from a $200,000 grant awarded by the American Arbitration Association International Centre for Dispute Resolution Foundation as part of the “Cornerstones of Democracy: Civics, Civility, and Collaboration” initiatives.
AAA-ICDR Foundation published an article in the American Bar Association’s Dispute Resolution Journal titled: Advancing Access to Justice Through Alternative Dispute Resolution: AAA-ICDR Foundation Grantees in Focus.