Human Rights on the Road Information Sessions

Dec 10, 2021

NOTE: Due to continuing public health precautions and restrictions around gathering limits, the in-person sessions scheduled in the month of January are postponed and new dates will be announced once scheduled.


Human Rights on the Road is a series of community engagement sessions that will provide an opportunity for Nova Scotians to learn more about the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission – its mandate, and processes. 

These sessions are intended to be a two-way conversation between Commission staff and members of the community.

This series of community presentations will take place on a regular basis as part of the Commission’s proactive public engagement and outreach. Each session will occur either in person or virtually and will create opportunities for targeted engagement as well as general outreach. They will provide an opportunity to bring better understanding and awareness to the work of the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission.

The first series of Human Rights on the Road sessions are planned to meet with members of African Nova Scotian communities, both virtually and in-person. Following the series of sessions in African Nova Scotian communities, we will be working with other communities to arrange similar sessions.


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