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Win one of Six iPads in our Show & Tell Contest

March 31, 2014

Show and Tell: Your Vision of Human Rights in the NWT The NWT Human Rights Commission wants to learn about equality human rights in your community. Enter your image and story in one of four categories for a chance to win one 16 prizes and have your work showcased in print material promoting equality human […]

Visit Our New Facebook Page

October 31, 2013

The Northwest Territories Human Rights Commission has launched a new Facebook Page. We are working to build our membership during the month of November by posting images, videos and links to spark positive discussions on the topic of human rights. Like the NWT Human Rights Commission facebook page and join the conversation today!  

Canadian Human Rights Agencies Call for Action

March 28, 2013

The Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies (CASHRA) urges the Government of Canada to work with Aboriginal peoples’ organizations to develop and implement a national action plan that would focus on addressing and preventing the root causes of violence against Aboriginal women and girls, including poverty and systemic discrimination. It further calls on the Government to establish an […]

Nasty Texts at Work: When does texting become a human right issue?

December 19, 2012

On International Human Rights Day, the NWT Human Rights Commission organized a Noon Hour Talk on “Nasty Texts at Work“. If you are interested in learning more about this topic we encourage you to read the presentation materials distributed during the talk: Nasty Texts at Work Presentation If you have any questions about texting and workplace harassment […]

Celebrating International Human Rights Day Across Canada

December 7, 2012

Human rights agencies across Canada are celebrating International Human Rights Day on Monday, December 10, 2012. For more information, please read the following news release:  CASHRA news.  

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