The Kid's Help Phone - "Online Safety" resource provides online safety tips for parents of children and teens. This resource also gives information about who to contact when a child or youth is worried about online threats, cyberbullying, child exploitation or other online safety issues.
The Applicant's Guide provides information on preparing an Application to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO) and what will happen after the application is filed. It also provides general information about the Human Rights Code and the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario.
This is a paper that explains what the United Nations is, as well as their goal and mission. It explains how the smaller councils and committees work inside the United Nations and all the different rules to being a member, the rights of voting, and the steps that have to be followed and the rules about the different people who have to be represented.
How does it work?
This pamphlet from the Office of the Nova Scotia Office of the Ombudsman (Youth Services) provides information about the rights of youth in care and custody and how the Youth Ombudsman Rep can help.
This pamphlet from the Human Rights Commission in Nova Scotia provides information about Human Rights Education in Nova Scotia.
This booklet provides information about human rights, specifically for people living in Nova Scotia. The booklet is written and designed to be youth-friendly.
This publication from the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth and Unicef Canada provides a summary of recommendations for Canada from the UN Committee on the Rights of the child. The document is written and designed to be youth-friendly.
This poster from the Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth in Ontario lists the rights of children and youth in child-friendly language.
This guide provides general information about the BC Human Rights Tribunal under the Human Rights Code, including how to file a complaint and who to contact for more help.
This brochure from the Human Rights Legal Support Centre provides information about Human Rights and Aboriginal people and provides contact information for free legal advice to address cases of discrimination.