Empower U: Learn to Access Your Disability Rights Training on Canadian Human Rights, the Convention on the Rights of Person with Disabilities (CRPD) and its Optional Protocol (OP) - Montreal
Empower U: Learn to Access Your Disability Rights
Training on Canadian Human Rights, the Convention on the Rights of Person with Disabilities (CRPD) and its Optional Protocol (OP)
About this Training
This training aims to increase awareness of how to address discrimination using more familiar Canadian human rights laws such as Human Rights Codes and the newer international Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). This is the training for persons with disabilities by persons with disabilities. The training is part of the project funded by the Employment and Social Development Canada and implemented by the Council of Canadians with Disabilities (CCD) in collaboration with Canadian Multicultural Disability Centre Inc. (CMDCI), Citizens With Disabilities - Ontario (CWDO), Manitoba League of Persons with Disabilities (MLPD) and National Educational Association of Disabled Students (NEADS).
This event is co-presented by the Council of Canadians with Disabilities and the Canadian Association of the Deaf in partnership with the Quebec Association for Equity and Inclusion in Post-Secondary Education (AQEIPS).
Date: Wednesday, 6 November 2019 at 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Location: Centre St-Pierre, Room 1205 Fernand-D'aoust, 1212, rue Panet, Montréal, Québec H2L 2Y7
Registration: Register for the event at https://secure.neads.ca/register/en.php?id=19QC
What will I learn? At the end of the training you will have:
• Knowledge of how to use the United Nations CRPD and the Optional Protocol, as well as Human Rights Codes and the Accessible Canada Act
• Understanding the systems where Canadians with disabilities can seek redress for discrimination
• Ability to access and navigate the system to seek redress for discrimination
This workshop is for people with disabilities, allies, human rights activists, community change makers, students concerned with social justice, disability support workers.