• National Human Rights Commission of Mongolia received A status based on accreditation from ICC SCA for the 3rd time

CONCILIATION PROCESS

Conciliation is a process of reaching an agreement with the assistance of a third party and mutual discussion to resolve a dispute between parties.  What is the main purpose of conciliation? Conciliator is to help the parties to successfully settle the dispute arising between them and in the final result, it is important that parties reach a peaceful settlement. Furthermore, if conciliation fails, the right to claim /sue/ to the court will be open to both parties in dispute. 

Advantages of conciliation process:

  • Less cost
  • straightway-prompt
  • easy to use
  • closed to other parties
  • no need of advocate assistance 
  • an opportunity to keep previous relations between the participants 
  • an opportunity to control all the procedures
  • an opportunity to settle in flexible ways