2019 Accessibility Award Winner is the Hamlet of Aklavik

The NWT Human Rights Commission presented the 2019 Accessibility Award to the Hamlet of Aklavik at the Minister Responsible for Persons with Disabilities Tea hosted by the NWT Disabilities Council. This award recognizes new and existing physical and/or non-physical accommodations that businesses make or have made to increase accessibility to their services. The Hamlet of … Read more 2019 Accessibility Award Winner is the Hamlet of Aklavik

National eLearning course to address Consumer Racial Profiling

The Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies (CASHRA) has launched Serving All Customers Better, a free online course that will help businesses nationwide address and prevent consumer racial profiling. The new course is a valuable resource to help businesses prevent consumer racial profiling. It can help train the thousands of front-line service staff across … Read more National eLearning course to address Consumer Racial Profiling

2017-2018 Annual Report

Our 2017-2018 Annual Report was tabled in the Legislative Assembly on October 31, 2018. Below is the letter from the Chair. For a copy of the full report,  download a file at the end of this post. The Commission is just one part of the broader NWT community that is committed to human rights and social … Read more 2017-2018 Annual Report