Queen's University IRC

Internal Dispute Resolution


Carolynn M. Ryan

January 1, 1998

This research paper traces the development of Internal Dispute Resolution (IDR) as a way of resolving human rights issues internally without involving third parties. It also provides detailed practical advice for designing IDR programs, which improve employee morale and cost less when compared with more traditional, formal procedures.

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