It’s been a tough year, so this National Human Rights Day, it’s important to join together and remember the importance of advocating for equality for all — regardless of factors like race, gender, sexual orientation, or disability. Celebrating Human Rights shines a light on some of the thought leaders, services, and movements fighting for universal equal rights, in Canada and abroad.
LGBTQ2+ YouTuber, author, and icon Gigi Gorgeous shares her personal story and offers advice for others who may be struggling to find themselves.
The University of Ottawa is dedicated to creating an environment that reflects, enhances, includes, and supports Indigenous culture and peoples on campus.
If we’re to continue to improve outcomes this Human Rights Day, Pride at Work Canada urges us to remember that we’re all equal in dignity and rights.
OK2BME from KW Counselling Services provides programs and counselling for LGBTQ2+ youth and their families to build a community where no one’s left behind.
Akinkunmi Akinnola on the #EndSARS protests in Nigeria and why diaspora activism in Canada is important to the human rights of Nigerians worldwide.