The Singapore Report – Global Pound Conference Series 2016-17
Resolution Resources was commissioned by International Mediation Institute (IMI) to conduct the first analysis of data collected from the Global Pound Conference 2016-17. This report analyses both the multiple choice questions and open text responses collected at the inaugural GPC event held in Singapore 2016.
To access the full report go to The Singapore Report . Alternatively, you can go to the Executive Summary. More information about the project and upcoming publications can be found on the GPC website.
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