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Pakistan Mediators Association (PMA) is Pakistan’s first organization representing foreign trained and accredited mediators as well as other professionals who have joined the Association to further the cause of the Association. The Association was formed in 2013 and has taken over number of activities which were earlier implemented by IFC/World Bank Group’s Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Pakistan Project Phase 1 & 2.

This concept is recognized globally as first dispute resolution mechanism. Pakistan has gone a long way in considering to reduce the burden on the judicial system by introducing various alternate dispute resolution legislations which include but are not limited to…

  • Section 89A of CPC, 1908, Alternate Dispute Resolution Act, 2017
  • Trade Resolution Act, 2017
  • Amendment proposed for legislation with a draft of Mediation Act by some provinces in Section 89A

While Karachi Centre for Dispute Resolution (KCDR) and Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s mediation centre is functional and providing mediation services. It is deem essential to promote development of ADR and mediation in other parts of Pakistan.

In this regard, representation in Association has been provided to Pakistani professionals belonging to all provinces while it is acknowledged that it will take time to provide capacity building opportunities to professionals based in KPK and Baluchistan provinces.


I am delighted to pen down my message on the successful  culmination of First National Mediation Conference  “Mediation, A way Forward”.

This Conference is a milestone for our Association and will be remembered by all stakeholders. I would like to congratulate Conference Director Mr. Isfandyar Ali Khan, Co-Conference Director Mr. Mustansir Zakir, Conference Secretary Mr. Wasif Iqbal for a job well done.

This Conference has a unique importance as Chief Justice of Sindh High Court, Mr. Justice Faisal Arab, Chief Guest of the conference, has very graciously supported the Mediation to minimize the burden of the Court.

I would also like to inform you that our Master Trainers are conducting Course for CPLC representative who are involved in Resolution of Disputes of Public at Large. This session is scheduled to be held in First & Second Week of April 2015.

In the end I would like to thank all of you for your support & confidence in me to lead you from the front. Thank you.

Anwar Kashif Mumtaz, President