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Vision & Mission
Vision
To have an integrated judicial and arbitration system, independent of the GCC states, including the headquarters state, closely connected to the regional and international arbitration situation with the system and regulations drawn from a multi-party sovereign source that rises above laws in force in the GCC states.
Mission
To enhance the role of arbitration as a self-independent system and a unique tool for resolving commercial disputes and for attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) and qualify and train a new generation of arbitrators by conducting training programmes of high quality and spread arbitration culture.
Values
Complete neutrality and impartiality, integrity in the supervision of arbitration proceedings and ensuring that absolute and flexible justice is served that responds to the specifics of the dispute.
Strategic Objectives
01
To enhance the regional and arbitration nature of the centre in terms of its legal entity, sovereignty, benefits and the nature of its awards, considering that the GCC is the parent institution to which the centre is affiliated.
02
To co-operate on the regional level in order to introduce a new and modern legislation dealing with arbitration, relying upon the concept of the rule of the will prevailing on international commercial markets.
03
To co-operate with judicial and legal bodies in the GCC countries in the fields of arbitration management, appointment of arbitrators and pursuit enforcement of arbitral awards.
04
To provide assistance by way of giving legal opinions and advice when national arbitration centres are established in the GCC countries.
05
To provide advisory services on drafting arbitration agreements or providing a list to choose from the best cadres to undertake the arbitration process.
06
To co-operate on a regional level with chambers of commerce, judicial training institutes and professional societies in organizing conferences and seminars and implementing arbitral and legal training programmes.
07
To expand the scope of the centre’s services on a regional level and publishing academic journals and publications and improving and sustaining the satisfaction of stakeholders.
Vision
To have an integrated judicial and arbitration system, independent of the GCC states, including the headquarters state, closely connected to the regional and international arbitration situation with the system and regulations drawn from a multi-party sovereign source that rises above laws in force in the GCC states.
Mission
To enhance the role of arbitration as a self-independent system and a unique tool for resolving commercial disputes and for attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) and qualify and train a new generation of arbitrators by conducting training programmes of high quality and spread arbitration culture.
Values
Complete neutrality and impartiality, integrity in the supervision of arbitration proceedings and ensuring that absolute and flexible justice is served that responds to the specifics of the dispute.
Strategic Objectives
01
To enhance the regional and arbitration nature of the centre in terms of its legal entity, sovereignty, benefits and the nature of its awards, considering that the GCC is the parent institution to which the centre is affiliated.
02
To co-operate on the regional level in order to introduce a new and modern legislation dealing with arbitration, relying upon the concept of the rule of the will prevailing on international commercial markets.
03
To co-operate with judicial and legal bodies in the GCC countries in the fields of arbitration management, appointment of arbitrators and pursuit enforcement of arbitral awards.
04
To provide assistance by way of giving legal opinions and advice when national arbitration centres are established in the GCC countries.
05
To provide advisory services on drafting arbitration agreements or providing a list to choose from the best cadres to undertake the arbitration process.
06
To co-operate on a regional level with chambers of commerce, judicial training institutes and professional societies in organizing conferences and seminars and implementing arbitral and legal training programmes.
07
To expand the scope of the centre’s services on a regional level and publishing academic journals and publications and improving and sustaining the satisfaction of stakeholders.