Alberta Human Rights Information Service September 3, 2015
Important: Upcoming employment forums, public workshops, webinar and grant application deadlines!
Human Rights in Employment Forum Series: Accommodating Pregnancy in the Workplace
Edmonton: October 21, 2015
Calgary: November 18, 2015
You can still register for these breakfast forums. Read more about the forums and learn how to register online.
Human Rights in Employment Workshops
Edmonton: January 20, 2016
Calgary: February 24, 2016
You can read more about these upcoming public workshops.
Webinar: Developing and Implementing an Effective Harassment Prevention Policy in the Workplace
Date: October 14, 2015
Live Webinar Time: 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. MDT
Cost: No charge
You can read more about this webinar and register online.
Two grant programs have an application deadline of October 1, 2015
The Human Rights Education and Multiculturalism Fund provides grants that support community projects that foster equality and reduce discrimination. These grants assist non-profit organizations, public institutions and communities to build a society where all Albertans can participate in the cultural, social, economic and political life of the province. Projects may address the intersection of human rights and issues such as social exclusion, inequality of opportunity, discrimination, racism, or other barriers that limit Albertans' ability to be full and contributing citizens.
Two grant programs have an upcoming application deadline of October 1, 2015:
- Experience Human Rights grants are micro grants that provide incentives for non-profit organizations to encourage Albertans to build greater involvement in human rights matters. This grant will provide up to $1,000 per year to organizations for one or more days of human rights-related activities.
- The Human Rights Project grants are designed for longer and more complex projects that advance change to specific human rights issues. They are available to non-profit organizations and public institutions.
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