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- Yukon Human Rights Act
- Yukon Human Rights Regulations
- Canadian Legal Information Institute (CanLII)
- Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
- Universal Declaration of Human Rights
- Complaint Process
- Complainants Guide for Making a Complaint
- Respondent's Guide for Dealing with a Complaint
- Understand the Duty to Accommodate
- Accommodation in the Workplace
- How to Write an Accommodation Policy
- Recognizing Harassment
- Recognizing Sexual Harassment
- What Can I do if I'm Being Harassed?
- Detailed chart of complaint process
- Annual Report 2016 - 2017 (En)
- Annual Report 2016 - 2017 (Fr)
- Financial Report 2016 - 2017 (En)
- Financial Report 2016 - 2017 (Fr)
- Annual Report 2015 - 2016 (En)
- Annual Report 2015 - 2016 (Fr)
- Financial Report 2015 - 2016
- Annual Report 2014 - 2015 (En)
- Annual Report 2014 - 2015 (Fr)
- Financial Report 2014 - 2015
- Annual Report 2013 - 2014
- British Columbia and Nunavut do not have a Human Rights Commission.
- Canadian Human Rights Commission
- New Brunswick
- Newfoundland and Labrador
- Northwest Territories
- Nova Scotia
- Prince Edward Island
Human rights tribunals are agencies separate and independent from commissions.
- Alberta Human Rights Tribunal (a separate and independent part of the Alberta Human Rights Commission)
- British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal
- Canadian Human Rights Tribunal
- Northwest Territories Human Rights Adjudication Panel
- Nunavut Human Rights Tribunal
- Ontario Human Rights Tribunal
- Quebec Human Rights Tribunal
- Yukon Human Rights Tribunal
- United for Human Rights (UHR)
- Story for Human Rights
- Equitas – International Centre for Human Rights Education
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The Yukon Human Rights Commission offers human rights presentations that can be tailored to your needs. The Commission provides training to individuals, businesses and schools. If you are interested, please contact the Commission by calling, emailing or visiting in our office.
Yukon Human Rights Commission staff can provide you with information in response to a specific issue or a general inquiry. For example, staff consult with employers and groups on methods to foster an environment of equality and to reduce discrimination. If the Commission is unable to help, staff will direct you to other service providers, educators or agencies that offer relevant programs and services.
Commission staff provide a human rights, harassment, and ethical practices policy review service to ensure that policies are in compliance with the Yukon Human Rights Act.
The Yukon Human Rights Commission actively engages in community initiatives and partnerships on the local, territorial and national levels. We welcome opportunities to work with other Yukon organizations. Contact us to discuss your idea!
The Yukon Human Rights Commission specifically recognizes International Human Rights Day (December 10), and the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (March 21).
The United Nations (UN) designates international days to focus the world on the issues in which the UN has an interest and commitment. Plan or attend events that recognize and celebrate these dates.