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BC Human Rights Tribunal

Agreement to Participate in Mediation

Re: Complainant v. Respondent

(Case Number: 00000)

A complaint under the BC Human Rights Code, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 210 (as amended) and the provision of settlement services by the BC Human Rights Tribunal

We agree as follows:

Purpose of mediation

  1. We are participating in this mediation in good faith for the purpose of resolving all or part of this complaint.

Authority to settle

  1. Any person representing a party to the mediation process has full authority to agree to a final settlement of all or part of the complaint.

Process

  1. We will follow the reasonable directions of the mediator for the effective and efficient conduct of the mediation.
  2. If any issues arise during the mediation regarding the process itself, we will raise the issues with the mediator as soon as practical.  We will attempt to resolve these process issues in a manner acceptable to all concerned and in a manner that respects the confidentiality of the process.

Role of mediator

  1. We agree that the mediator is not acting as legal counsel for any participant in the mediation.

Discussions are confidential

  1. Anything said during the mediation must be kept confidential.
  2. Anything said during the mediation will not be used in any legal proceeding, including a Tribunal hearing, unless the participant who gave the information consents.
  3. During the mediation process, if participant needs to speak to a person who has not signed this agreement, they will inform the mediator, and will tell the person that the communication must be kept confidential and obtain their agreement to keep the information confidential.

Information from separate sessions

  1. During the mediation process, if the mediator meets with a participant in the absence of at least one other participant, the mediator may reveal to the other participants any information received in the separate session, unless a participant expressly requests that the mediator treat specific information in strict confidence.

Failure to Agree

  1. If we cannot reach a resolution of all or part of this complaint by the end of the mediation, we may agree on a process for continuing our settlement efforts or we will end the mediation process.

 

                                               
Complainant

 

 

                                               
Respondent

 

                                               
Representative for Complainant

 

 

                                               
Representative for Respondent

 

                                               
Complainant

 

 

                                               
Respondent

 

                                               
Representative for Complainant

 

 

                                               
Representative for Respondent

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                               
Mediator

 

                                               
Dated