Coalition’s educational program builds awareness of human
rights legislation and provides skills training to help prevent
discrimination before it happens. We work with community groups,
employers, labour councils and unions, colleges and others to provide
a range of training, from introductory to intensive, on a variety
of topics including:
- The Basics of Human Rights Law and Policy;
- Workplace Discrimination – What Every Organization
Needs to Know;
- Duty to Accommodate – What the Law Says and How to
- Compliance Education – Educating Employees and Developing
Non-Discriminatory Human Resource Practices; and
- The Complaints Process – How it Works and What to
and view a copy of our Human Rights in the Workplace brochure.
It outlines a series of six modules designed specifically for employers.
All modules have a preventative focus while providing tools and
resources that can be applied on a day-to-day basis.
The Coalition also
has a fee for service education and consultation program where we
can deliver tailored training to meet identified need.
Next Full Day "Human Rights and Employment Toolkit" seminar -
June 4, 2014
6 seats available
UPDATE: Will include review of new WCB anti-bullying legislation!!!
Register here or Course Description
Please contact us directly should you wish to explore educational options.
and distribute materials relevant to human rights issues throughout
BC in a variety of ways. See our online
materials or contact us directly.
The Human Rights
Code protects British Columbians from discrimination in employment,
services, and accommodations. The Ministry of the Attorney General
has developed seven information pamphlets available
online in English, Mandarin, and Punjabi that describe Code protections titled:
- Information for Employers (includes recruitment and selection information)
- Protection from Discrimination
- Sex Discrimination and Harassment
- Disability Discrimination
- Racial Discrimination
- Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation
The BC Human Rights
Tribunal publishes information on its own processes and procedures.
Link to their
website for online materials.
We have been given
permission to archive the Annual Reports and other materials of
the BC Human Rights Commission (1997-2002). Please follow
this link to
access this information.
The Canadian Human
Rights Commission has a number of publications that can be accessed
online or by calling their BC and Yukon Regional Office at 604.666.2251
or toll free at 1.800.999.6899.
can also check the links section for other
sources of information.