Dispute resolution proposal

Should you feel offended by any material related with the SFU Interfaith Centre (including this website), please see below for a guide as to how to proceed with your complaint. If any person involved in the InterFaith Centre objects to any material displayed anywhere in the Interfaith Centre, then that person should first speak to the person who introduced the material.

Dispute Resolution

  1. If there is mutual agreement, then the situation should be considered resolved and no further action should be taken.
  2. If there is not mutual agreement then the parties shall meet again but with a third party, who is from the Interfaith Centre and has been agreed upon by both parties. The two parties shall review with the third party the divergent opinions with the goal of seeking a resolution.
  3. If the two parties cannot agree upon a third party facilitator then both parties will request a third party facilitator be appointed by the Interfaith Centre.
  4. If there is an agreement at this stage, then it shall be written up by the third party and signed by the other two parties and witnessed by the third party. A copy of this agreement shall then be registered with the Interfaith Centre. The dispute shall be considered resolved and no further action should be taken.
  5. If there is not an agreement reached between the two parties with the third party's assistance, then the third party shall present a written thorough summary to the Interfaith Centre's next meeting.