Making Discrimination Complaints Before Human Rights Tribunal in Canada
Complaints of discrimination are brought before human rights tribunals frequently in Canada. To what extent is incitement to discrimination covered by the prohibitions against discrimination? Join our expert panel to learn about the latest legal standards in this area. Find out how you can navigate your case for the best results for your clients, including:
• Filing complaints at Canada’s Human rights tribunals: need to know procedures and standards
• Studying Ward v Quebec: to what extent is incitement to discrimination covered by the prohibitions against discrimination?”
• Understanding the legal framework that applies to discrimination claims under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
• Potential solutions: examining the “new” Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act and how Universal Declaration of Human Rights might apply
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