The Kamloops Self-Advocates is a newsletter for people with diverse abilities published by Krystian Shaw.
November 2017 Edition KSA Newsletter 2017 contains in This month’s theme The Province is re-establishing the British Columbia Human Rights Commission.
To do this thoughtfully, feedback is being gathered to help guide decisions on the role, functions and priorities of the new commission. There is much to think about, and sharing your thoughts is a meaningful way to contribute to a strong future for human rights in B.C. This site is dedicated to answering the questions you may have on human rights and gathering feedback on the issues that matter most to you. Parliamentary Secretary Ravi Kahlon will lead the online discussion, read your comments and post regularly. Have your say before November 17, 2017 at 4 p.m. Our communities will be stronger when all British Columbians – no matter where they live or what they can afford – have access to effect ive human rights support. The Province aims to create a commission that is efficient, effective and equipped to protect, promote and defend human rights in British Columbia. In addition to the online discussion, interested groups and individuals are invited to provide a written submission before November 17, 2017; also the Parliamentary Secretary will meet personally with some stakeholders and citizens to collect their stories and feedback. All feedback will be summarized in a public report before the end of 2017. http://engage.gov.bc.ca/bchumanrights/
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