SUSTAINABLE CONFLICT RESOLUTION: THE STUDY OF THE TREATY OF HUDAIBIYA TO RE-IMAGINE THE PEACE PROCESS TODAY
Keywords:Sīrah, Conflict resolution, Sustainability, Peace
The use of Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) mechanisms around the world has been on the rise since the inefficient, slow, and non-creative interpretation by the courts. It has cultural roots and mechanisms that provide several amicable ways to settle a conflict, such as negotiation, mediation, arbitration, conciliation, ombudsman, expert determination, etcetera. Despite having differences in the dispute resolution mechanisms and forums, sustainable development is one such agenda, that could become the point of common interest, approved by the United Nations and countries have been working to achieve the targets set by 2030.
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