The tribunal process

Human rights tribunals are quasi-judicial administrative tribunals that are appointed by the Chief of the Commission and Tribunals (CC&T). Tribunals deal with complaints where the CC&T receives a report from the director that the parties are unable to settle a complaint where merit has been found, or where the CC&T decides that a complaint should not have been dismissed or discontinued by the director.

Read more about the tribunal process.

Created: January 13, 2010


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