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14 arguments in favour of human rights institutions

Author: Shelagh Day; Lucie Lamarche; Ken Norman; University of Ottawa. Human Rights Research and Education Centre.
Publisher: Toronto, ON : Irwin Law Inc., 2014.
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"Argues in support of our human rights institutions, including the new Canadian Museum for Human Rights."--Back cover.
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Additional Physical Format: 14 arguments in favour of human rights institutions.
(CaOONL)20139083669
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Shelagh Day; Lucie Lamarche; Ken Norman; University of Ottawa. Human Rights Research and Education Centre.
ISBN: 9781552213520 1552213528 9781552213636 1552213633
Language Note: Text in English.
OCLC Number: 867897534
Description: ix, 435 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Reflections on Government Hostility, Systemic Discrimination, and Human Rights Institutions / Shelagh Day --
Governments as Interpreters and Shapers of Human Rights / Gwen Brodsky --
Saskatchewan's One Bright Shining Moment, At Least It Seemed So at the Time / Ken Norman --
Human Rights Systems: Are They Fair? / Pearl Eliadis --
Saskatchewan and the Gatekeeping Debate / Genevieve Leslie --
Ontario and the Direct Access Model to Human Rights / Michelle Flaherty --
The Paris Principles Twenty Years After / Maxwell Yalden --
Sexual Harassment: A Feminist Phrase That Transformed the Workplace / Constance Backhouse --
From Sexual to Psychological Harassment: One Step Forward, Twenty-Five Years Back to Women's Equality at Work? / Rachel Cox --
The Hate Speech Diversion / Richard Moon --
Ontario Human Rights Commission Promotion Activities: The Experience of Responding to Racial Profiling by Police / Shaheen Azmi --
The Quebec Human Rights Commission and the Construction of the Concept of Social Profiling / Paul Eid --
The Ontario Human Rights Commission and the Framework for Mapping and Addressing Competing Human Rights / Lorne Foster and Lesley Jacobs --
Emerging Human Rights Institutions: The Case of Museums in a Human Rights Culture / Jennifer Carter and Jennifer A Orange.
Other Titles: Fourteen arguments in favour of human rights institutions
Responsibility: edited by Shelagh Day, Lucie Lamarche, & Ken Norman ; with the support of University of Ottawa Human Rights Research and Education Centre.

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"Argues in support of our human rights institutions, including the new Canadian Museum for Human Rights."--Back cover.
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