Over the last few years, we have taken a close look at every facet of our work, our internal organization, and the services we provide to the public. It has all been part of an ongoing commitment by the Chief Commissioner and our senior staff to walk the talk of addressing the possible impacts of systemic racism across our various roles — as a human rights advocate, a human rights service provider and regulator, and as a federally regulated employer.
We are dedicated to meeting the highest standards of equality and non-discrimination, inclusion, dignity and respect, and is committed to being a fierce ally in the fight against racism in Canada.
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Listening, Learning, Research
- Canadian Human Rights Commission Dialogue Session with Representatives from Racialized Communities on Advancing Racial Equality in Canada
- Conference Summary Report “Confronting Racism and Addressing Human Rights in a Pandemic”
- Strengthening the Commission’s Handling of Race-Based Cases, report by Mark Hart
- “Confronting systemic racism in Canada,” as published in our 2020 Annual Report to Parliament
- Statement – Anti-Black racism in Canada — time to face the truth
- Statement – Walking the Talk — It’s time for all of us to address systemic racism and discrimination, inside and out
- Statement – Black history is Canada’s history
- Statement – The time to address anti-Indigenous racism is long past due
- Remarks – Combatting Racism in Canada: Remarks at the Black History Month panel discussion in honour of Fred Christie
- Statement – Racism in response to COVID-19 harms us all
- Statement – New Parliament must confront racism in Canada
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