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.
Children and Young People have Rights! is a youth book that explains the important rights youth in care have and who can be called if they feel their rights are not being respected.
Children have Rights is a children's book that explains the important rights children in care have and who they can call if they feel their rights are not being respected.
This information pamphlet provides contact information of the Alberta Human Rights Commission and Aboriginal Agencies in Alberta that can assist with human rights issues, examples of forms of discrimination falling under the Alberta Human Rights Act, and steps to take to find out if your experience falls under the protections of this Act.
This version of the The Rights Angle manual is created to assist facilitators in teaching human rights to junior and senior high school students. It provides activities as well as background information on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the Alberta provincial human rights legislation, Newspaper structure and content, and critical reading.