Human Rights in Ontario

Human Rights in Ontario | CACP-1061

Introduces learners to the Ontario Human Rights Code, the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Students review the types of actions that are covered, the areas of protection, and the grounds of discrimination established by each of these laws. Students use case studies to explain and illustrate the role of the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, and that of the Canadian Human Rights Commission, as well as to illustrate everyday instances of discrimination and how they are dealt with under each law.


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Room B2-280