Many complaints to the Anti-Discrimination Board are resolved through conciliation.

A conciliation conference is a meeting where the complainant and the respondent(s) meet to talk about the complaint and ways to sort it out, usually with the assistance an officer from the Board. The complainant and respondent can meet directly or through their representatives if the President allows this. 

This is a FREE service​ where officers of the Board facilitate the parties to the complaint to come to an agreement to resolve it - known as a settlement. ​​​​Contact our Enquiry line​ to access this service.

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Reports of conciliations