Human Rights in Nova Scotia

The Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission is committed to actively engaging and working with all Nova Scotians and our diverse communities to address issues of discrimination by effectively advancing equity and dignity, fostering positive and respectful relationships, and protecting human rights.

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Disability Rights Board of Inquiry Resumes Jun 20, 2022

An independent human rights board of inquiry in the matter of Disability Rights Coalition of Nova Scotia, Beth MacLean, Sheila Livingstone and Joseph Delaney vs. the Province of Nova Scotia will continue Monday June 27.

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National Indigenous History Month Jun 08, 2022

June is National Indigenous History Month in Canada, and an invitation for us to educate ourselves on the lives, teachings and culture of the first people of Mi’kma’ki, and Indigenous communities across the country.

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June is Pride Month Jun 02, 2022

June is Pride Month, a time to celebrate Nova Scotians from the two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer communities and reflect on the important work of activists and advocates who champion and fight for equity, dignity and respect for all.

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