Human rights in Alberta
Human rights in Alberta is a newspaper-style publication that provides plain language information about Alberta's human rights law and about the services offered by the Commission. Read more about the publication.
Human rights in Alberta view-only PDF:
This tabloid newspaper-size version is not suitable for printing from a personal computer, but you can view it online. Please note that this is a large file (2 MB) and may take up to 2 minutes to download with a dial-up Internet connection.
Human rights in Alberta printable PDF:
This 23-page 8.5" by 11" booklet is suitable for printing from a personal computer. Please note that this is a large file (2 MB) and may take up to 2 minutes to download with a dial-up Internet connection.
Human rights in Alberta audio version:
You can listen to this version while you read along.
Human rights in Alberta teaching notes PDF
Plain language information
Human rights in Alberta:
. provides basic information about Alberta's human rights law and about the services offered by the Alberta Human Rights Commission.
. is an attractive newspaper-style publication written in plain language.
. includes artwork, stories and photos to make the information easy to understand.
Who should read Human rights in Alberta?
. Human rights in Alberta will be of interest to Albertans who are interested in basic, easy-to-understand information about their rights and responsibilities related to human rights law.
. It will be particularly useful to adults who are improving their English reading skills such as English-as-a-second-language students or literacy students.
Human rights in Alberta has teaching notes to go with it
The teaching notes:
. are designed for teachers and tutors to use with their students.
. include suggestions for discussion topics, information about related resources, and reading and writing exercises.
. are available online: Human rights in Alberta teaching notes PDF.
. can be printed from our website and then photocopied as needed.
The Human Rights Education and Multiculturalism Fund provided funding for Human rights in Alberta.
Revised: November 30, 2010
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