THE EUROPEAN CENTRE OF ARBITRATION AND OF MEDIATION
The Centre Européen d’Arbitrage (European Centre of Arbitration) is a legal entity under the Alsace-Moselle law, formed in 1959 and having its registered offices at 3, quai Jacques Sturm, Strasbourg, in the offices of the Strasbourg Bar.
It was formed under the patronage of the Council of Europe and of other bodies :
It promotes arbitration and mediation.
THE EUROPEAN COURT OF ARBITRATION
The European Court of Arbitration is the branch of the European Centre of Arbitration which promotes arbitration and administers domestic and international arbitration.
Its territory is Europe, including Eastern Europe, the Mediterranean, the Middle East and the Black Sea countries.
MEDIATION CENTRE FOR EUROPE, THE MEDITERRANEAN AND THE MIDDLE EAST
The Mediation Centre is the branch of the European Centre of Arbitration which promotes mediation and administers mediation proceedings.
The mission which the European Centre of Arbitration, the European Court of Arbitration and the Mediation Centre have set out for them is :
• to contribute in a friendly way with any other similar institution to create a culture of arbitration and of mediation ;
• to help litigants, who look for alternative solutions, in a spirit of service to them above any other goal.