Government Centre for Dispute Resolution
The Government Centre for Dispute Resolution (GCDR) provides leadership and stewardship to support a systems-based, best practice approach to dispute resolution in New Zealand.
In this section
We build capability across government to design and deliver appropriate and accessible dispute resolution.
This page explains what dispute resolution is, why it is important and how it is practiced in New Zealand.
This section has best practice guidance for reviewing existing dispute resolution schemes and developing new schemes.
This section contains tools and resources related to dispute resolution in New Zealand.
This section has research aimed at increasing our understanding of dispute resolution in New Zealand and case studies that provide insights into how dispute resolution is practiced here.