Interpretive bulletins, Information sheets, and booklets

The Commission publishes interpretive bulletins, information sheets and booklets related to human rights law.  Interpretive bulletins offer a comprehensive discussion of important human rights topics.  They cite case law, provide descriptions of legal principles drawn from the case law, and offer practical information.  The information sheets cover a range of important human rights issues, providing a brief overview of the topic and, in some instances, citing case law.

You can link to:

Interpretive bulletins
Information sheets
Booklet: Becoming a Parent in Alberta
Human rights in Alberta (a newspaper-style publication in plain language)

These publications are available in text format and portable document format (PDF - Adobe Acrobat Reader).  Please use the PDF version of a given document when printing a copy for personal or professional use when you want to retain formatting and graphics.  To download Adobe Acrobat Reader click on the graphic below. Or order these and other publications online.



Revised: June 29, 2015

 

 


The Alberta Human Rights Commission is an independent commission of the Government of Alberta.

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