Alberta Human Rights Information Service May 24, 2011

National human rights conference almost sold out!

The upcoming national human rights conference titled Human Rights in Canada: New Realities, New Directions, which will take place from June 13 to June 15, 2011 in Calgary, Alberta, is almost sold out. Register now to avoid disappointment! Please note that the post-conference education session, Conducting High-Quality Investigations, which will take place on Thursday, June 16, is sold out.

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.

For further information about the program, speakers, registration fees, and accreditation and professional development opportunities, and to register for the conference, visit


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