|Time||1:00 PM to 3:00 PM|
Facilitated by the John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights
The foundations for human rights workshops introduce participants to the international architecture and history of human rights as well as the values and pillars of human rights including provision, protection, participation and remedy. Participants gain understanding of how human rights are relevant to local issues and are introduced to the national and provincial legislation that exists to support human rights.
Note: Zoom details will be shared the day before the event.Certificates of Participation will be available for attendees.Please follow the links below to register for any of the sessions you are interested in attending in the series. As the intention is to have interactive webinars, seating is limited. Register early.We kindly ask that if you register and later find you are unable to attend, please cancel your registration (on Eventbrite or by emailing email@example.com) so people on the waitlist can be notified of ticket availability.
In this session, participants will learn more about the various mechanisms that exist to file complaints and gain perspective on the process of a human rights complaint in Alberta particularly. They will spend their time developing an understanding of the importance of documentation and what is needed to build a complaint, whether to a human rights commission or other complaint body.