ARCH (the Legal Aid Ontario Disability Advocacy Center) is offering on line learning for community members and lawyers in an effort to create a national network for the implementation of the UN Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities.
Here are the recent updates on the Human Rights Case
Once again, Canada’s leading human rights publisher featured the human rights case against the Province brought by persons with disabilities. In its current ‘Human Rights Digest’, the editors of the Canadian Human Rights Reporter have selected the Board of Inquiry’s December 2019 decision regarding the compensation to be granted the three individual complainants for its monthly View Point editorial.
“Province should tell us how it plans to deal with huge waiting list for small options homes” [paywall]
The pages below will introduce you to the recent Human Rights Case in Nova Scotia:
The case is a legal discrimination complaint about the Province’s failure to treat people with disabilities in a way that ensures that all persons with disabilities are supported to live in community.
This is the documentary The Freedom Tour of Nova Scotia (1:11 hours)
What You Can Do You can sign onto the Open Letter to the Premier of Nova Scotia… And/Or… You can file your own Human Rights Complaint…