Alberta Human Rights Information Service April 20, 2011
National human rights conference: Register by April 30 to benefit from early bird rates!
April 30 is the deadline for the early bird registration rate for the upcoming national human rights conference titled Human Rights in Canada: New Realities, New Directions, from June 13 to June 15, 2011 in Calgary, Alberta. Register now to benefit from significantly reduced rates!
The Alberta Human Rights Commission is hosting the conference on behalf of the Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies (CASHRA). The conference will focus on new realities related to human rights, diversity and inclusion in Canada and on new directions in building discrimination-free, welcoming and inclusive communities, organizations and workplaces.
In addition to welcoming staff of human rights commissions, lawyers practising in the field of human rights and human resource specialists, the Commission looks forward to welcoming a diverse range of participants who represent the interests of a wide variety of communities, including ethno-cultural groups, the Aboriginal community, persons with disabilities, and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender community.
By attending the conference, members of the Human Resources Institute of Alberta, the Alberta College of Social Workers and certain law societies are eligible to earn accreditation towards their respective professional designation or as part of their professional development plans.
For further information about the program, speakers, registration fees, and accreditation, and to register for the conference, visit cashra2011.ca.
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