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If the conflict is related to user conduct that is in conflict with the [[FamilySearch Wiki:Civility and Polite Discourse|Civility and Polite Discourse]] policy, the issue will be handled through the [[FamilySearch Wiki:Arbitration|Arbitration]] process.
 
If the conflict is related to user conduct that is in conflict with the [[FamilySearch Wiki:Civility and Polite Discourse|Civility and Polite Discourse]] policy, the issue will be handled through the [[FamilySearch Wiki:Arbitration|Arbitration]] process.
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{{Policies and guidelines}}

Revision as of 14:13, 15 March 2011

Green check.png This page explains a policy, a widely accepted standard that all contributors should normally follow. Changes made to it should reflect consensus.

Please visit the discussion page to add comments or suggestions for further development of the policy.

Dispute resolution
Avoid disputes
Tips to avoid disputes
Mediation
Mediation Policy
Mediation Committee
Request mediation
Arbitration
Community Council
Remedies
Editing restrictions
General sanctions

Mediation is a process that can be requested by authors to help them resolve disputes about article content. If authors cannot resolve conflicts related to article content with the help of a mediator, authors can request arbitration. However, authors are highly encouraged to resolve conflicts on their own. The Etiquette Guidelines will help all users understand how to avoid conflicts by following the suggested best practices when contributing to the wiki.

If the conflict is related to user conduct that is in conflict with the Civility and Polite Discourse policy, the issue will be handled through the Arbitration process.