Alberta Human Rights Information Service July 19, 2011

CASHRA 2011 presentations now available online

Over 370 people from Alberta and across the country participated in the 2011 annual conference of the Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies (CASHRA) in Calgary, Alberta from June 13 to June 15, 2011.

Hosted by the Alberta Human Rights Commission and organized in partnership with Alberta Culture and Community Spirit, the conference, titled "Human Rights in Canada: New Realities, New Directions,"  explored some of the new realities of life in Canada and provided participants with knowledge and tools to enable them to move forward in their work related to human rights, diversity and inclusion.

You can now access most of the presentations delivered at the conference on the conference website. You can also read the speaker biographies.

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