Our mission is to promote respect for civil liberties and human rights in Alberta through research and education to contribute to a more just and inclusive community.
Our online resources now available: Harassment and Bullying - A School Wide Approach (updated). Freedom To Be: A Teachers' Guide to Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Human Rights (updated). Educational Module on Youth and Disabilities (new). Talking to Youth About Social Media (new). Click here for these resources. We can also come to your school to do a presentation.
NEW! Updated Rights Angle: Human Rights Education Using the Media: Activities and Materials for Each Province and Territory. Click here for these resources.
Representing Mentally Disabled Persons in the Criminal Justice System: We are updating all 18 chapters. Here are the Chapters we have completed.
Check out our downloadable resources for our latest and updated publication: The Charter Implications of Bylaw Enforcement on People with Low Incomes in Alberta.
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Legal Disclaimer: This site provides information about human rights law and civil liberties. Legal information is not the same as legal advice as to the application of law to an individual's specific circumstances. We cannot offer legal advice in response to specific problems. We strongly recommend that you consult a lawyer if you need such help.