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  • Internal Audit Reports - Management Action Plan | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    specifically addressed during the next financial Administrative refresher training see Action item1 1 High Manager Finance Policy March 31 2012 FINANCIAL MGT OF PAY ADMINISTRATION Criteria i PARTIALLY MET 84 Response AGREED Planned Action 1 7 Instructions on how to complete the overtime form will be presented to the CHRC Committee of Senior Officers COSO at the October meeting to clarify use of the form and review manager obligations High Manager HR October 26 2011 1 8 In cases where overtime is pre authorized by e mail a print copy of the authorization shall be filed with the overtime form however the preferred process is to have the form completed in accordance with the instructions that will be presented at the COSO meeting above item 1 7 High Manager HR October 26 2011 OCG Core Control Audit Recommendations 2 The CHRC should ensure that account verification is performed by someone with the delegated authority to do so and on a timely basis ACQUISITION CARDS CRITERIA iii PARTIALLY MET 89 Response AGREED Planned Actions 2 1 One on one refresher training will be given with each card holder involved in the above five instances involving four cardholders High Director F A October 2011 2 2 Refresher training regarding Use of Acquisition Cards to be re scheduled and delivered prior to March 31 2012 see item 1 1 of this report High Manager Procurement Director F A March 31 2012 2 3 Following the refresher training item 1 1 each acquisition card holder will review the card holder form with an emphasis on the timeline inclusion and re sign High Manager Procurement March 31 2012 ADVANCES CRITERIA v PARTIALLY MET 84 Response AGREED Planned Action 2 4 When an accountable advance is received by the Financial Unit and does not meet all the required criteria including documentation the item will be returned to the program area with a written explanation note memo or e mail indicating the corrective measure required This note will include a copy to the financial supervisory position and be retained on file with the claim High Director F A October 2011 CONTRACTING POLICY Criteria vi NOT MET 73 Response AGREED Planned Actions 2 5 Prepare a checklist of required action and documentation to be maintained with each active file regarding Section 33 and 34 High Manager Procurement March 31 2012 2 6 Implement the MAF Round IX questionnaire for AOM 7 Finance and AOM 11 Procurement as an opportunity to self evaluate and ensure that the proposed checklists are properly implemented and meeting documentation requirements High Manager Planning IA June 30 2012 2 7 Include file sampling against checklist requirements in the next Internal Audit and Evaluation Plan High Manager Planning IA April 1 2012 HOSPITALITY POLICY Criteria iii PARTIALLY MET 84 Response AGREED Planned Actions 2 8 This item will be specifically addressed during the next financial Administrative refresher training see Action item1 1 High Manager Finance Policy March 31 2012 FINANCIAL MGT OF PAY ADMINISTRATION Criteria

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  • Human Rights Maturity Model – Implementation Guide | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    a discrimination complaint What can we expect How do we prepare a response to the complaint I want to develop an internal process for resolving complaints What is an internal dispute resolution process How to develop an internal dispute resolution process We are being considered for an employment equity audit Forward Plan for Notification I want to improve my workplace Where do I start How can I prevent discrimination in my workplace How can I resolve conflicts when they arise Where can I get help Organizations and Businesses Main Page Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications Archived Publications News Room What s New News Releases Speeches Statements Glossary Multimedia Resources Main Page Breadcrumb trail Home Resources Human Rights Maturity Model Implementation Guide Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications News Room Glossary Multimedia Quick Links I want to complain My employer obligations About us News Resources Human Rights Maturity Model Implementation Guide About the Publication Are you looking for the complete step by step approach to implementing the Human Rights Maturity Model in your organization This guide was designed to help organizations develop and implement human rights practices and policies in the workplace This publication is only available in

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/human-rights-maturity-model-%E2%80%93-implementation-guide (2016-02-13)
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  • Human Rights Maturity Model – Continuum | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    to the complaint I want to develop an internal process for resolving complaints What is an internal dispute resolution process How to develop an internal dispute resolution process We are being considered for an employment equity audit Forward Plan for Notification I want to improve my workplace Where do I start How can I prevent discrimination in my workplace How can I resolve conflicts when they arise Where can I get help Organizations and Businesses Main Page Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications Archived Publications News Room What s New News Releases Speeches Statements Glossary Multimedia Resources Main Page Breadcrumb trail Home Resources Human Rights Maturity Model Continuum Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications News Room Glossary Multimedia Quick Links I want to complain My employer obligations About us News Resources Human Rights Maturity Model Continuum About the Publication Are you looking for a visual representation of how the Human Rights Maturity Model works Would you like to display the Model in your office or distribute to your colleagues and employees This chart illustrates the outcomes and indicators of each of the five levels of the Human Rights Maturity Model It is an 8x11 printable hand out that

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  • Human Rights Maturity Model – Information Pamphlet | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    ve been named in a discrimination complaint What can we expect How do we prepare a response to the complaint I want to develop an internal process for resolving complaints What is an internal dispute resolution process How to develop an internal dispute resolution process We are being considered for an employment equity audit Forward Plan for Notification I want to improve my workplace Where do I start How can I prevent discrimination in my workplace How can I resolve conflicts when they arise Where can I get help Organizations and Businesses Main Page Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications Archived Publications News Room What s New News Releases Speeches Statements Glossary Multimedia Resources Main Page Breadcrumb trail Home Resources Human Rights Maturity Model Information Pamphlet Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications News Room Glossary Multimedia Quick Links I want to complain My employer obligations About us News Resources Human Rights Maturity Model Information Pamphlet About the Publication Are you looking for general information on the Human Rights Maturity Model This pamphlet provides a glance at what the Human Rights Maturity Model is and how it works This publication is only available in electronic format If you require

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/human-rights-maturity-model-%E2%80%93-information-pamphlet (2016-02-13)
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  • Submission to the Committee on the Rights of the Child | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    to develop an internal process for resolving complaints What is an internal dispute resolution process How to develop an internal dispute resolution process We are being considered for an employment equity audit Forward Plan for Notification I want to improve my workplace Where do I start How can I prevent discrimination in my workplace How can I resolve conflicts when they arise Where can I get help Organizations and Businesses Main Page Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications Archived Publications News Room What s New News Releases Speeches Statements Glossary Multimedia Resources Main Page Breadcrumb trail Home Resources Submission to the Committee on the Rights of the Child Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications News Room Glossary Multimedia Quick Links I want to complain My employer obligations About us News Resources Submission to the Committee on the Rights of the Child About the Publication Did you know that Aboriginal children in Canada face inequities and discrimination as a result of the Indian Act Did you know a large number of Aboriginal people still do not benefit from the most basic services that other Canadians take for granted This report looks at a range of issues currently facing Aboriginal

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/submission-committee-rights-child (2016-02-13)
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  • National Security and Human Rights | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    We ve been named in a discrimination complaint What can we expect How do we prepare a response to the complaint I want to develop an internal process for resolving complaints What is an internal dispute resolution process How to develop an internal dispute resolution process We are being considered for an employment equity audit Forward Plan for Notification I want to improve my workplace Where do I start How can I prevent discrimination in my workplace How can I resolve conflicts when they arise Where can I get help Organizations and Businesses Main Page Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications Archived Publications News Room What s New News Releases Speeches Statements Glossary Multimedia Resources Main Page Breadcrumb trail Home Resources National Security and Human Rights Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications News Room Glossary Multimedia Quick Links I want to complain My employer obligations About us News Resources National Security and Human Rights About the Publication How can one be sure that human rights are being considered when national security measures and policies are created Are Canada s national security organizations respecting human rights This report recommends that Canada s national security organizations be held accountable for

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/national-security-and-human-rights (2016-02-13)
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  • Human Rights Accountability in National Security Practices - A Special Report to Parliament | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    get help Organizations and Businesses Main Page Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications Archived Publications News Room What s New News Releases Speeches Statements Glossary Multimedia Resources Main Page Breadcrumb trail Home Resources Human Rights Accountability in National Security Practices A Special Report to Parliament Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications News Room Glossary Multimedia Quick Links I want to complain My employer obligations About us News Resources Human Rights Accountability in National Security Practices A Special Report to Parliament About the Publication Are Canadian security organizations considering human rights when developing security measures and policies In this Special Report to Parliament the Commission recommended that Parliament pass legislation requiring national security organizations to publicly demonstrate how they meet obligations to respect human rights Download PDF Highlights Ten years after the 9 11 attacks the question of how best to ensure collective safety while respecting the rights of individuals remains on the minds of many Canadians especially those who travel frequently by air Many of us associate this issue with our own experiences at airports News reports regularly tell stories of air travelers who say they experienced discrimination during a security screening on account of their race ethnicity religion or disability Over the past decade the Canadian Human Rights Commission has conducted extensive research on national security and human rights in the Canadian context It has consulted with organizations responsible for national security in Canada And it has studied and analyzed court cases inquiries into individual experiences and the work of Parliamentary Committees The Commission has learned that many organizations have policies designed to prevent discrimination but few can demonstrate whether or not their policies are actually effective in practice For example national security organizations have stated that they do not use racial or ethnic profiling However without

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/human-rights-accountability-national-security-practices-special-report-parliament (2016-02-13)
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  • The Human Rights Impact Assessment for Security Measures | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    Each situation is different Consult with the Canadian Human Rights Commission or other experts to ensure that you have considered everything possible to make your measure respectful of human rights Example Is the measure as inclusive as possible The evidence suggests that the fingerprint scanner is a relatively inclusive form of biometric data that could be used for identity certification Could the measure create barriers for any group based on the 11 grounds of discrimination This measure could automatically exclude people who because of disability or age do not have fingerprints Is there a way to eliminate the barrier using alternative arrangements For those who cannot use the fingerprint scanner an alternative arrangement such as an iris scanner could be used to certify identity Step 2 Test for potential discrimination Discrimination occurs when an individual or group of people are singled out and treated differently and adversely because of their race national or ethnic origin colour religion age sex sexual orientation marital status family status disability or because of a pardoned conviction Prior to implementation test the measure and any planned alternative arrangements to confirm that they are as inclusive as possible Testing can also determine if the measure or planned alternative arrangement s treats anyone differently and adversely for reasons not previously identified Ensure that relevant human rights based data are collected during testing Ask yourself Given a specific measure what human rights based data should be collected during testing What evidence do we have to support that this is the right data to collect Based on the test results does the measure create barriers for any person or group based on the 11 grounds of discrimination Example Based on the test results does the measure create barriers for any group based on the 11 grounds of discrimination During testing data were collected on the grounds of age and disability Testing confirmed that the vast majority of people can have their identity certified using the fingerprint scanner or the iris scanner It was also found that a very small number of individuals could not for unforeseen reasons use the fingerprint scanner or the iris scanner to have their identity certified Collecting human rights based data Collecting human rights based data involves gathering information on peoples age sex colour disability etc when it is relevant to the security measure being used Prior research or intelligence gathering will help you determine which of the 11 grounds to collect data on This data should be collected without any links to specific individuals Collect human rights based data on the use of the security measure any alternative arrangements and all discretionary decisions made by employees This information allows your organization to determine if anyone is being negatively affected by the measure and take steps to correct the issue When collecting data you should also consider your obligations under the Privacy Act and other relevant legislation Step 3 Improve the security measure If the security measure or planned alternative arrangement s have a negative

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/human-rights-impact-assessment-security-measures-0 (2016-02-13)
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