FamilySearch Wiki:Arbitration

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A committee of administrators will form the arbitration board. Arbitration is needed when disputes about user conduct are reported. The decisions made by the Arbitration Board are final. However, a community member may [[Policy:Arbitration Board Appeals|Appeal the Arbitration Board]] for decisions on deletions of content, [[Policy:Blocking and Banning]]. Appeals of arbitration board decisions are sent to FamilySearch Directors. There is no appeal beyond that level.  
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A committee of administrators will form the arbitration board. Arbitration is needed when disputes about user conduct are reported. The decisions made by the Arbitration Board are final. However, a community member may [[Policy:Arbitration Board Appeals|Appeal the Arbitration Board]] for decisions on deletions of content, [[Policy:Blocking and Banning|Blocking and Banning]]. Appeals of arbitration board decisions are sent to FamilySearch Directors. There is no appeal beyond that level.  
  
 
Disputes about article content are handled through the [[Policy:Dispute Resolution|Dispute Resolution]] process or [[Policy:Mediation|Mediation]] if necessary.  
 
Disputes about article content are handled through the [[Policy:Dispute Resolution|Dispute Resolution]] process or [[Policy:Mediation|Mediation]] if necessary.  

Revision as of 22:30, 4 May 2009

A committee of administrators will form the arbitration board. Arbitration is needed when disputes about user conduct are reported. The decisions made by the Arbitration Board are final. However, a community member may Appeal the Arbitration Board for decisions on deletions of content, Blocking and Banning. Appeals of arbitration board decisions are sent to FamilySearch Directors. There is no appeal beyond that level.

Disputes about article content are handled through the Dispute Resolution process or Mediation if necessary.

Please visit the Arbitration Discussion page to add comments or suggestions for further development of the Mediation process.