Enabling Accessibility Fund 2018

The Enabling Accessibility Fund (EAF) provides funding for eligible capital projects that increase accessibility for people with disabilities in Canadian communities and workplaces, creating more opportunities for people with disabilities to participate in community activities, programs and services, or access employment opportunities. Eligible recipients include: Not-for-profit organizations For profit organizations Municipalities Indigenous organizations (including band … Read moreEnabling Accessibility Fund 2018

Call for Nominations – 2018 Accessibility Award

The NWT Human Rights Commission is seeking nominations for their 6th annual Accessibility Award. This award is presented to a business or organization in recognition of new or existing physical and/or non-physical accommodations that increase accessibility to services for the public. Any business or organization providing services to the public is eligible for nomination. Deadline … Read moreCall for Nominations – 2018 Accessibility Award

Stories for Peace

What is Stories for Peace? The Northwest Territories Human Rights Commmission developed the Stories for Peace Initiative to help foster equality human rights. Our program encourages audiences of all ages to engage with human rights themed stories to better understand the principles of inclusion and diversity. Increasing human rights literacy helps to build healthier communities … Read moreStories for Peace

NWTHRC Community Initiative Funding

The NWT Human Rights Commission has a small fund dedicated to community initiatives that support human rights.  Some community groups that have received this funding include: The Best Buddies Program at École St. Patrick High School which provides volunteer, leadership and mentorship opportunities for all students. Best Buddies meets as a group in an inclusive … Read moreNWTHRC Community Initiative Funding