The CMAP’s Corresponding Members

The Board of Directors can appoint the CMAP’s corresponding members. These members are chosen for their interest in the development of alternative dispute resolution.

Why should you become a Corresponding Member?

Because they realize the importance of the CMAP’s work with French and European institutions, our corresponding members support our activities by sharing the same ambition: to manage conflicts otherwise by creating value through innovative solutions and to help develop alternative dispute resolution.

Our corresponding members participate in CMAP’s activities, either through publications, conferences, training or awareness campaigns.

How do you become a Corresponding Member?

If you wish to become a CMAP Corresponding Member, you must submit your application to the board’s vote. For further information please contact: Fanny Bloy at 01 44 95 11 40 –  

Who are these Corresponding members?