Most human rights complaints made to the Tribunal are resolved by settlement. This means that the parties agree about how to solve the complaint and end the complaint process.
Parties may try to settle a complaint on their own. In many cases, parties settle a complaint and advise the Tribunal that the complaint is resolved.
The Tribunal offers mediators who help the parties to resolve the complaint on their own. This service is free.
Learn about settlement meetings:
Read the Tribunal's Settlement Meetings Policy.