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Griffith Law Review
The vast majority of discrimination complaints do not reach a substantive hearing . Most are resolved through alternative dispute resolution (ADR), or withdrawn or settled prio r to hearing; however. there is little publicly available information on the outcomes the parties negotiate prior to hearing. This article presents a study of settling discrimination complaints in Victoria based on Interviews conducted with participants in that process. It explores the reasons why parties decide todoi:10.1080/10854664.2009.10854664 fatcat:trrk4w5ta5h5jm7awosu65kmim