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  • Human Rights and the Return to Work: The State of the Issue | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    Duty to Accommodate Equal Employment Opportunities 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 Human Rights and the Return to Work The State of the Issue Archived Content Information identified as archived is provided for reference research or recordkeeping purposes It is not subject to the Government of Canada Web Standards and has not been altered or updated since it was archived Please contact us to request a format other than those available 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 and the Return to Work The State of the Issue About the Publication Are you an employer Do you know your responsibilities for accommodating an employee who returns to work after a long absence This report examines the issues that surround employees returning to work after a prolonged absence It also suggests an approach for remaining up to date on an absent employee s health while respecting their rights Download PDF This publication is only available in electronic format If you require a paper version please contact

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/human-rights-and-return-work-state-issue (2016-02-13)
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  • Human Rights Commissions and Public Policy: The Role of the Canadian Human Rights Commission in Advancing Sexual Orientation Equality Rights in Canada | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    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 Commissions and Public Policy The Role of the Canadian Human Rights Commission in Advancing Sexual Orientation Equality Rights in Canada Archived Content Information identified as archived is provided for reference research or recordkeeping purposes It is not subject to the Government of Canada Web Standards and has not been altered or updated since it was archived Please contact us to request a format other than those available 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 Commissions and Public Policy The Role of the Canadian Human Rights Commission in Advancing Sexual Orientation Equality Rights in Canada About the Publication What role has the Canadian Human Rights Commission played in advancing sexual orientation equality rights in Canada This report looks at the role the Commission has played in helping stimulate and facilitate policy change in the area of equality rights The report focuses primarily on sexual orientation the most recent prohibited ground of discrimination to be added to the Canadian Human Rights Act Download PDF This publication

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/human-rights-commissions-and-public-policy-role-canadian-human-rights-commission-advancing (2016-02-13)
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  • Human Rights Issues in National Security: An Inventory of Agency Considerations | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    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 Issues in National Security An Inventory of Agency Considerations Archived Content Information identified as archived is provided for reference research or recordkeeping purposes It is not subject to the Government of Canada Web Standards and has not been altered or updated since it was archived Please contact us to request a format other than those available 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 Issues in National Security An Inventory of Agency Considerations About the Publication What legislative regulations apply to national security agencies To what extent are national security agencies required by law

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/human-rights-issues-national-security-inventory-agency-considerations (2016-02-13)
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  • Identity Certification and the Protection of Human Rights | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    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 Identity Certification and the Protection of Human Rights Archived Content Information identified as archived is provided for reference research or recordkeeping purposes It is not subject to the Government of Canada Web Standards and has not been altered or updated since it was archived Please contact us to request a format other than those available Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications News Room Glossary Multimedia Quick Links I want to complain My employer obligations About us News Resources Identity Certification and the Protection of Human Rights About the Publication How can one s identity be certified How does identity certification affect one s human

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/identity-certification-and-protection-human-rights (2016-02-13)
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  • International Best Practices in Universal Design: A Global Review | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    Accommodate Equal Employment Opportunities 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 International Best Practices in Universal Design A Global Review Archived Content Information identified as archived is provided for reference research or recordkeeping purposes It is not subject to the Government of Canada Web Standards and has not been altered or updated since it was archived Please contact us to request a format other than those available Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications News Room Glossary Multimedia Quick Links I want to complain My employer obligations About us News Resources International Best Practices in Universal Design A Global Review About the Publication How can we ensure that new facilities meet the physical needs of as many people as possible What best practices should be adopted in the development of buildings and landscapes This study examines various national accessibility codes and standards for both buildings and landscapes in order to determine best practices based upon universal design principles It includes examples of best practices product information cost and availability Download PDF This publication is only available in electronic format If you require a paper version

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/international-best-practices-universal-design-global-review (2016-02-13)
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  • National Security and Human Rights Concerns in Canada: A Survey of Eight Critical Issues in the Post-9/11 Environment | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    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 Concerns in Canada A Survey of Eight Critical Issues in the Post 9 11 Environment Archived Content Information identified as archived is provided for reference research or recordkeeping purposes It is not subject to the Government of Canada Web Standards and has not been altered or updated since it was archived Please contact us to request a format other than those available 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 Concerns in Canada A Survey of Eight Critical Issues in the Post 9 11 Environment About the Publication How were human rights impacted by the attacks of 9 11 What are the current and potential points of friction between national security practices and human rights protection in Canada This report examines eight critical issues including border security the Anti Terrorism Act and the experience of Maher Arar It puts these issues in a historical context and explores the impact they have on human rights in Canada Download PDF This publication

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/national-security-and-human-rights-concerns-canada-survey-eight-critical-issues-post-911 (2016-02-13)
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  • No Alternative: A Review of the Government of Canada's Provision of Alternative Text Formats for People Who Are Blind, Deaf-Blind or Visually Impaired | Canadian Human Rights Commission
    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 No Alternative A Review of the Government of Canada s Provision of Alternative Text Formats for People Who Are Blind Deaf Blind or Visually Impaired Archived Content Information identified as archived is provided for reference research or recordkeeping purposes It is not subject to the Government of Canada Web Standards and has not been altered or updated since it was archived Please contact us to request a format other than those available Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications News Room Glossary Multimedia Quick Links I want to complain My employer obligations About us News Resources No Alternative A Review of the Government of Canada s Provision of Alternative Text Formats for People Who Are Blind Deaf Blind or Visually Impaired About the Publication How have federal institutions failed to accommodate the needs of people who are deaf deafened hard of hearing or have a speech impediment This report highlights how the Government of Canada has failed to accommodate the needs of the disabled It also recommends a method of ensuring that all individuals living in Canada have access to the same level of service Download PDF

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/no-alternative-review-government-canadas-provision-alternative-text-formats-people-who-are (2016-02-13)
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  • No Answer II: A Review of Federally Regulated Organizations’ Telephonic Communications with People Who Are Deaf, Deafened or Hard of Hearing | 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 No Answer II A Review of Federally Regulated Organizations Telephonic Communications with People Who Are Deaf Deafened or Hard of Hearing Archived Content Information identified as archived is provided for reference research or recordkeeping purposes It is not subject to the Government of Canada Web Standards and has not been altered or updated since it was archived Please contact us to request a format other than those available Resources Frequently Asked Questions Helpful Links Publications News Room Glossary Multimedia Quick Links I want to complain My employer obligations About us News Resources No Answer II A Review of Federally Regulated Organizations Telephonic Communications with People Who Are Deaf Deafened or Hard of Hearing About the Publication How have federally regulated organizations failed to accommodate the needs of people who are deaf deafened hard of hearing or have a speech impediment This report identifies how federal regulated organizations have failed to accommodate the needs of the disabled It also recommends an approach to ensure that all individuals living in Canada have access to the same level of service Download PDF This publication is only

    Original URL path: http://www.ccdp-chrc.ca/eng/content/no-answer-ii-review-federally-regulated-organizations%E2%80%99-telephonic-communications-people-who (2016-02-13)
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