Improving Access to Justice in Myanmar: Prospects for Collaborative Dispute Resolution

This policy brief examines how Collaborative Dispute Resolution (CDR) can help address land allocation, use, and confiscation issues in Myanmar. CDR encompasses a number of procedures that facilitate voluntary engagement of parties with a common problem or that are involved in a dispute or grievance to cooperate and discover or develop mutually acceptable agreements that settle their differences. CDR approaches and procedures can effectively be for both “preventions” and “interventions.”