We are an organization that is committed to the betterment of life for the millions of civilians around the world who suffer under human rights violations. By encouraging political diplomacy and utilizing mass media we hope to bring to light any injustice committed against innocent citizens from anywhere in the world.
It is our firm belief that the suffering of civilians represents a prominent dimension to any conflict and we have made it a goal to propagate their side of the story through any medium necessary. Substantial positive change in any conflict can only be brought by a commitment to negotiation, diplomacy and holistic education; that is CHRV's unwavering view.
CHRV - Christmas and Networking Reception -2015
It’s that time of the year to get together and enjoy our success!
This is the the time to refresh and raise the spirits with fellow CHRVians. Let us we all join our hands together.and help more people and provide voice for voiceless.
It is our pleasure to let you know that it’s a great chance to get along and interact with Leaders from different Communities, Elected Representatives (MP`s, MPP`s and Councillors ), Business Owners and Youth Volunteers.
Join the Canadian Human Rights Voice for our wonderful Networking Reception to benefit the extraordinary life changing work of the Canadian Human Rights Voice.
Date: December 4,2015 - 6:30 pm to 11:00pm
For more information to purchase tickets , Please contact: Sujan Shri at email@example.com
Your Guide to Understanding the Canadian Human Rights Act
Has discrimination affected you? What can you do about it? This section of the Do You Know Your Rights? website explains what discrimination is, how the law prohibits it, and what to do if someone discriminates against you.This website deals with the federal Canadian Human Rights Act(the Act)—not with provincial or territorial laws.
* What is discrimination?
* What does the Act say about discrimination?
* Where can you get help?
The Responsibility to Protect 10 Years On: Reflections on Its Past, Present and Future
KOFI ANNAN, former Secretary-General of the United Nations,
LLOYD AXWORTHY, former Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs, and
CHRIS ALEXANDER, MP and Parliamentary Secretary to Canada’s Minister of Defence.