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.
The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario help to resolve claims of discrimination and harassment under the Human Rights Code. Their website describes how people can file an application to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, and provides information about mediation services, hearings and other important information to consider if you have a human rights complaint that falls under the Human Rights Code in Ontario.
What is it?
The Human Rights Council is a group of people (a committee) from around the world who are meant to encourage the support and protection of the human rights around the world.
The Human Rights Council is there to take the complaints that are made about the government in any part of the world. This group is made of people from around the world to make sure that the complaints are treated fairly, taken seriously and dealt with quickly and in a fair way.
How do they 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.
The Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission provides a human rights dispute resolution process for issues of discrimination and works to prevent discrimination through education, training, public engagement and policy development.
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.
This Protocol is a guide that tells you what you need to do if you want to file a complaint about a country that has broken an agreement about human rights. If you are making a complaint in place of someone else, you will need to get permission from that person in writing, to have proof. This will need to be sent to the Human Rights Committee.
How does it work?
The website of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal provides an overview of the workings of the Tribunal including publications, legislation, jurisdiction and past decisions.
The website of the Canadian Human Rights Commission provides human rights resources such as access to webinars, frequently asked questions, provincial/territorial links, publications, and media in Canada. There are explanations of nationally recognized human rights, obligations and protections. The informative videos are accessible to a larger audience through the use of ASL, captioning, and voice-over.