CEDR

AcronymDefinition
CEDRComité Para la Eliminación de la Discriminación Racial (Spanish: Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination; various locations)
CEDRCentre for Dispute Resolution
CEDRCenter for Educational Development and Research (various locations)
CEDRComprehensive Epidemiologic Data Resource (US Department of Energy)
CEDRCentre for Effective Dispute Resolution Limited (London, UK)
CEDRCalifornia Center for Environmental Design Research
CEDRCitizens for an Educated and Democratic Republic (educational reform group)
CEDRCouncil of European Directors of Roads
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This lesson has since been reinforced in the CEDR course and assessments which led to my CEDR accreditation and which covered a wide range of commercial and other disputes.
But as CEDR were then dealing with the complaint from then on, they eventually deemed British Airways had offered a sufficient amount of compensation," he said.
It said if I don't like it, report it to the CEDR. But it will withdraw the compensation if I do."
| Airlines: For complaints about British Airways, Thomson, Thomas Cook or EasyJet, use the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (cedr.com).
Eileen Carroll and Aaron Esterson are senior mediators and cofounders of the international firm CEDR, based in the UK.
CEDR Accredited Mediator, Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution, London
He is a chartered arbitrator and a CEDR accredited mediator, said the statement.
(24) For one assessment of the vitiation of the Medvedev reforms, see CEDR, January 15, 2013, Doc.
Mediators from The Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR) exchanged with scholars how research into languages, communication, intercultural studies and translation studies can contribute effectively to the understanding of international mediation.