Welcome to the Alberta Human Rights Commission's e-learning centre. 

Understanding and Preventing Harassment in the Workplace is a webinar series on understanding, preventing and dealing with harassment in the workplace (available for free viewing with registration):

Alberta Human Rights Act: an overview of concepts related to the Act and the rights and responsibilities of Albertans

Discrimination and the Law: a playlist of scenarios providing examples of potential discrimination under various grounds and areas protected  under the Alberta Human Rights Act

  • Lisa's Story: Area - tenancy; Grounds - source of income, family status, marital status
  • Cathy's Story: Areas - employment, job advertisements, applications and interviews; Ground - age
  • Charlie's Story: Area - employment; Grounds - religious beliefs, race
  • Indira's Story: Area - employment; Ground - gender (sexual harassment) 
  • Alice's Story: Area - employment; Grounds - physical disability, mental disability

Gender Discrimination: a playlist of scenarios providing examples of potential gender discrimination under the Alberta Human Rights Act

  • Indira's Story: Area - employment; Ground - gender (sexual harassment)
  • Marnie's Story: Area - employment; Ground - gender
  • Gina's Story: Area - employment; Ground - gender (pregnancy)
  • Bella's Story: Area - goods, services and facilities; Ground - gender (sexual harassment)

Human Rights Education and Multiculturalism Fund: a playlist of grant recipients share their stories

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Revised: May 25, 2016



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

Due to confidentiality concerns, the Commission cannot reply to complaints of discrimination by email. Please contact the Commission by phone or regular mail if you have a specific complaint.

You can access information about making FOIP requests for records held by the Commission on our Contact us page.

The Commission will make publications available in accessible formats upon request for people with disabilities who do not read conventional print.