Human rights in Alberta
Human rights in Alberta is a newspaper-style publication that provides plain language information about Alberta's human rights law and about the services offered by the Commission. Read more about the publication.
Human rights in Alberta view-only PDF:
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Human rights in Alberta printable PDF:
This 23-page 8.5" by 11" booklet is suitable for printing from a personal computer. Please note that this is a large file (2 MB) and may take up to 2 minutes to download with a dial-up Internet connection.
Human rights in Alberta audio version:
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Human rights in Alberta teaching notes PDF
Plain language information
Human rights in Alberta:
. provides basic information about Alberta's human rights law and about the services offered by the Alberta Human Rights Commission.
. is an attractive newspaper-style publication written in plain language.
. includes artwork, stories and photos to make the information easy to understand.
Who should read Human rights in Alberta?
. Human rights in Alberta will be of interest to Albertans who are interested in basic, easy-to-understand information about their rights and responsibilities related to human rights law.
. It will be particularly useful to adults who are improving their English reading skills such as English-as-a-second-language students or literacy students.
Human rights in Alberta has teaching notes to go with it
The teaching notes:
. are designed for teachers and tutors to use with their students.
. include suggestions for discussion topics, information about related resources, and reading and writing exercises.
. are available online: Human rights in Alberta teaching notes PDF.
. can be printed from our website and then photocopied as needed.
Order printed copies
You can also order tabloid newspaper-size copies of Human rights in Alberta from the Commission. Use our order form or contact us to place your order.
The Human Rights Education and Multiculturalism Fund provided funding for Human rights in Alberta.
Revised: November 30, 2010
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.
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The Commission will make publications available in accessible formats upon request for people with disabilities who do not read conventional print.