Agami is soon going to be launching a NITI Aayog anchored ODR Handbook and are also hosting the ODR Week 2021.
About the Organization
Agami is a movement to create radically better systems of law and justice by unleashing the power of millions of changemakers. This movement is powered by Agami Network, a community of business and social sector leaders, high-potential innovators, and influencers, and by the Agami organization, a team comprising proven entrepreneurs and social sector leaders.
Through the Agami Prize, Agami Challenges, and other initiatives, Agami is triggering a culture of change-making, supporting changemakers from across sectors and framing opportunities for action that can shape a future in which citizens thrive.
About the Event
Over the last year, Agami witnessed Online Dispute Resolution become a national priority. Around this time last year, Agami hosted a week-long open conversation through ODR Week 2020. The conversations on June 6 and August 8 hosted by NITI Aayog in association with Agami and Omidyar Network India brought together diverse stakeholders to advance ODR in India. Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy published their report ODR: The Future of Dispute Resolution in India. NITI Aayog published the first draft National ODR Policy Plan, and opened it up for public comments. Lok Adalats successfully adopted ODR. Now is a great time to explore what next for ODR in India.
With the intention to celebrate the success of last year, and to explore opportunities and possibilities that can scale ODR in India, Agami is hosting ODR Week 2021 from April 12-April 16, 2021 from 6:00-7:00 pm.
With conversations ranging from the impact story of Lok Adalats adopting ODR, to international innovation showcases, to businesses in India adopting ODR, to collaborative initiatives within ODR, to building ODR for all – these 5 days, with over 20 speakers, promise to be exciting! If you are curious about the future of dispute resolution, if you want to play a role, if you are curious to know more – sign up! To sign up, please see here.
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