Living Rights Project by Ontario Human Rights Commission

The Living Rights Project is an initiative by Ontario Human Rights Commission launched on February 2012 to recognize the 50th anniversary of Ontario Human Rights Code. Living Right Project invites and urges residents of Ontario to share their experience related to Human Rights, whether it be positive or negative. The experiences can be shared in various forms staring from videos and pomes. The online library consists of experiences related to rights protected by Human Rights Code such as “age, colour, disability, sexual orientation, creed, discrimination in employment and so on.” Not only does the Project allow one to “add a human face to rights”, it provides various tools and resources on accessing information on Human Rights. To access the Living Rights Project and share your stories/experiences visit



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