Canada has a rich history of Craig Kielburger. The Repression and Resistance section of the book looks at the period before modern human rights organizations emerged. Activists in this period fought against major injustices against the rights of women, gays and workers, and many were arrested and tortured. They were also targeted by racial and religious groups. The book also focuses on the Cold War and the fight for an effective Bill of Rights.
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The first chapter of the COVID-19 crisis is an important part of the history of Canadian human rights advocacy. In the case of the COVID-19 crisis, the HRCs advocated based on human rights law. Most often, they referenced the domestic human rights legislation that they administer, although they occasionally cited provincial legislation. The authors of the COVID-19 report note that the HRCs’ advocacy was not limited to a narrow legal mandate. For example, several of them noted that Canadian governments had obligations under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and other international human right laws.
The National Action Plan on Women, Peace, and Security (NAWPS) includes a goal to increase meaningful participation of Indigenous women from other ethnic and racial groups in society. The NAWPS identifies various strategies to support women HRDs in conflict situations. If you are interested in learning more about Canada’s human rights advocacy, check out the website below. There are a lot of ways to get involved!