The John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights provides facilitation resources sorted by elementary, junior high, high school, and community based on the themes of disabilities, environment, gender, peacebuilding, citizenship, and Indigenous topics. It also provides a facilitation guide to assist teachers in establishing a safe environment and respectful approach where all members of the group can contribute. The search engine located on the site additionally allows for specific topics to be narrowed down.
The website of the Society for Children and Youth of BC is a place to share your ideas and resources on children's rights. It provides links to resources such as multimedia, assessments, information guides, workshop materials, reports and research. It also, offers suggestions of five simple things that you can do to assist in upholding children's rights based on your role within your community.
The Society for Children and Youth of BC has created this poster on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Child. The poster is written in youth friendly language and in an overview of Article 1 to 42 of the convention.
The Native Counselling Services of Alberta website offers information about the organization's Human Rights Campaign for Aboriginal People through information sessions and assistance in filing complaints. This organization also provides various programs related to other aspects of Aboriginal Peoples' wellbeing: court work, family and community wellness, homelessness and housing, residential schools and healing, corrections and restorative justice, research and informative communications.
The centres partnered with the Alberta Native Friendship Centres Association host events to share cultural traditions and gain awareness about challenges within the community, as well as engage community members of all ages. They also offer many key services and supports to enhance community and individual well being.