News releases and information bulletins
2012 news releases and information bulletins
October 19, 2012: Nominate an employer who creates open and welcoming workplaces
September 28, 2012: Graduate students receive scholarships for studies advancing human rights
June 27, 2012: Albertans celebrate our province's rich cultural mosaic
March 16, 2012: Alberta supports efforts to end racial discrimination
February 3, 2012: Celebrate Alberta's diversity during Black History Month
2011 news releases and information bulletins
March 11, 2011: Albertans mark International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
March 4, 2011: Registration open for national human rights conference in Calgary
2010 news releases and information bulletins
December 10, 2010: Alberta Human Rights Commission to host 2011 national human rights conference
December 3, 2010: Albertans encouraged to "Speak Up, Stop Discrimination" on Human Rights Day
March 19, 2010: Alberta joins global effort to eliminate racial discrimination on the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, March 21
2009 news releases and information bulletins
March 18, 2009: Municipalities gather in Calgary for the second meeting of the Coalition of Municipalities Against Racism and Discrimination (CMARD)
March 13, 2009: Albertans encouraged to recognize the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, March 21
2008 news releases and information bulletins
December 5, 2008: Albertans recognize achievements and challenges on Human Rights Day
September 16, 2008: New human rights website for youth
June 3, 2008: Commission launches new publication, Human Rights in Alberta
March 28, 2008: Commission launches new website
2007 news releases and information bulletins
June 1, 2007: Canadian municipalities rally against racism and discrimination
2006 news releases and information bulletins
September 1, 2006: Information available for hospitality industry on how to provide services free of discrimination.
2005 news releases and information bulletins
December 9, 2005: December 10th is International Human Rights Day.
July 6, 2005: The Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission has joined human rights commissions across Canada in providing support in principle for the Canadian Commission for UNESCO's (CCU) proposal to establish a Canadian Coalition of Municipalities Against Racism.
March 21, 2005: Albertans were urged to take action against racial discrimination on March 21st, the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
2004 news releases and information bulletins
February 19, 2004: The Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission presented the Diversity Leadership Award of Distinction to Syncrude Canada.
2003 news releases and information bulletins
2002 news releases and information bulletins
December 11, 2002: Information Bulletin: Code of Conduct for Commissioners.
December 4, 2002: Observing the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.
December 4, 2002: International Human Rights Day more relevant than ever says chief commissioner.
July 3, 2002: Employers' study shows positive human rights practices good for business.
May 10, 2002: New Human rights information related to employment available.
2001 news releases and information bulletins
November 2, 2001: Commission invites nominations for human rights achievements.
2000 news releases and information bulletins
December 4, 2000: Alberta encourages action on violence against women.
April 5, 2000: National human rights conference builds human rights culture.
You can search for news releases dated before 2000 at http://alberta.ca/newsandadvisories.cfm
Revised: October 19, 2012
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