About Fidana Alieva
Fidana Alieva is a mediator, the founder and Director General for the Centre for Mediation and Negotiation (Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic), and an arbitrator for the International Arbitration Court, in affiliation with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
She is a pioneer mediator in the Kyrgyz Republic and has mediated family, commercial, and labor matters since 2013. Having lived in a multicultural country with more than eighty nationalities, she has extensive experience managing cross-cultural issues in mediation and negotiation.
Ms. Alieva often serves as a mediation trainer, coach, and expert in Azerbaijan, Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and Tajikistan.
In 2018, in cooperation with the Chairman of the International Arbitration Court (IAC), Ms. Alieva began the integration of mediation services into the IAC system.
In her mediation and negotiation practice, she is an experienced practitioner in the art of asking questions. She is known for her diplomatic communication, while encouraging the parties to make long-lasting and win-win decisions, based on consensus.
Ms. Alieva has been a mediator since 2013 and has mediated more than one hundred cases, including: family, commercial, and labor disputes. She is the only expert on mediation at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Kyrgyz Republic and was recently appointed as Deputy Chairman of the IAC to develop mediation practices within the court.
Her mediation experience includes cases in the areas of:
- Contracts – including: commercial contracts, sub-contracts, and vendor disputes
- Family disputes – including: family business disputes, family property, and other settlements
- Commercial – founder disputes, corporate disputes, partnership, consumer disputes, land disputes
- Labor disputes – illegal dismissal, harassment in the workplace, and others