Corporate Publications

Library of Corporate Publications, Policies and Reports on Human Rights Issues. 

Publication Type
Anti-Racism Action Plan: Progress Report - June 1st 2021

Anti-Racism Action Plan: Progress Report June 1, 2021

Publication Type
Anti-racism work
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The Canadian Human Rights Commission’s 2020 Annual Report to Parliament

Annual Report 2020

Publication Type
Annual Reports
Subject Matter
Accountability

The report presents our 2020 statistics, highlights from our year, and feature four stories that illustrate current human rights issues in Canada.

Final Audit Report: Employment Equity Audit

Final Audit Report: Employment Equity Audit

Publication Type
Anti-racism work
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Canadian Human Rights Commission Quarterly Financial Report - For the quarter ending December 31, 2020

Canadian Human Rights Commission Quarterly Financial Report - For the quarter ending December 31, 2020

Publication Type
Informing Parliament
Subject Matter
Accountability
2021-22 Departmental Plan

2021-22 Departmental Plan

Publication Type
Informing Parliament
Subject Matter
Accountability

The Departmental Plan is an expenditure plan that provides a detailed overview of the Commission’s main priorities over a three-year period. These priorities are divided by strategic outcome, program activities, and planned and expected results. The Departmental Plan also provides details on human resource requirements, major capital projects, grants and contributions, and net program costs.

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Draft Anti-Racism Action Plan

Draft Anti-Racism Action Plan

Publication Type
Anti-racism work
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Enforcing safeguards to prevent discriminatory housing, employment and credit ad targeting in Canada

COVID-19 and Mental health in the workplace - A practical guide for employers and employees

COVID-19 and Mental health in the workplace - A practical guide for employers and employees

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Tools for Employers
Subject Matter
Workplace

While some employers have been able to adapt their operations to create a work-from-home environment for the longer-term, other employers have already or will be obligated to restore operations to a pre-pandemic state. In either case, balancing the mental health needs of employees and the operational needs of employers raises some important challenges. This guide is intended to provide practical knowledge and suggestions for employers and employees who are looking for guidance on how to approach mental health in the workplace in the era of COVID-19 and beyond.

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Conference Summary Report “Confronting Racism and Addressing Human Rights in a Pandemic”

Conference Summary Report “Confronting Racism and Addressing Human Rights in a Pandemic”

Publication Type
Research Reports
Subject Matter
Human Rights

The COVID-19 pandemic is a human rights crisis in Canada and around the world. The segments of society most vulnerable to racism, hate, and discrimination as well as exclusion are also the ones most negatively impacted by the pandemic. On September 16, 2020, the Federal Anti-Racism Secretariat (Federal Secretariat) joined forces with the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC) to host a virtual event that convened advocates and experts from across disciplines to raise awareness about the disproportionate negative impact of COVID-19 on racialized and Indigenous peoples and religious minorities in Canada. Invited speakers offered provocative perspectives to challenge participants to envision a truly inclusive, human rights-informed post‑pandemic recovery process. This report presents their conclusions and recommendations.

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