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      Our Mission:

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      Our mission is to promote respect for civil liberties and human rights in Alberta through research and education to contribute to a more just and inclusive community.

      Our Vision:

      A well informed society empowered to advance civil liberties and human rights.

       
       
       
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      Education

      Research Centre staff make presentations on a wide range of topics related to human rights and civil liberties.

      To Request A Presentation Anywhere In Alberta (No Cost To You) On A Human Rights Or Civil Liberties Topic, Please Click Here.

       

      Information/
      Referral

      The Research Centre responds to members of the public who call with questions about civil liberties and human rights. We receive hundreds of calls every year, and we provide information or refer callers to other resources.

       

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      resources

      Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre has an abundance of resources on our website for the general public, lawyers and educators

       

      39+

      Years Serving communities

      The ACLRC has been working to promote respect for civil liberties and human rights in Alberta to contribute to a more just and inclusive community

       
       

      50+

      years of experience

      Our team has over 50 years of law and civil liberties research experience put together

       

       

       

      What We Do

      The Research Centre undertakes research on contemporary civil liberties and human rights issues that are of concern to Albertans. The projects are diverse - from proposals for reform of human rights legislation, to a report on citizen complaints about police conduct, to a manual for lawyers who represent mentally disabled clients.

       

      human rights education project

      The Research Centre's human rights education project provides speakers, materials, in-services, teacher support, and teaching for human rights education at the K to 12 levels.

      research and education - not advocacy

      The Research Centre does not engage in advocacy - neither in individual cases, nor in the form of political lobbying.

      information/referral

      The Research Centre responds to members of the public who call with questions about civil liberties and human rights. We receive hundreds of calls every year, and we provide information or refer callers to other resources.

      donate

      Find this resource useful? Help us keep working on civil liberties and human rights by donating now using Canada Helps secure website.

       
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      Land Acknowledgement

      We Are Located In The Treaty 7 Region Of Southern Alberta. Treaty 7 Includes The Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksika, Piikani, And Kainai First Nations); The Tsuut’ina First Nation, And The Stoney Nakoda Nation (Chiniki, Bearspaw, And Wesley First Nations). Calgary Is Also Home To The Métis Nation Of Alberta, Region III.

      We Are Situated On Land Where The Bow River Meets The Elbow River: The Traditional Blackfoot Name For This Place Of Meeting Is “Moh’kins’tsis”.

      Alberta Treaties 6,7,8

       
       

      Human Rights Education Staff

      The Human Rights Educators do presentations across Alberta. They do presentations for Junior High and Senior High school students, education sessions for teachers about human rights through presentations at teachers' conventions, in-service training, and professional development, and through participation in teachers' groups and networks. As well they present on a variety of human rights and civil liberties topics to community groups and organizations.

       

      Sign Up For a Program

      NEW Anti-Racism programs! Click the button below for more information on our programming.

      Volunteer opportunities

      For volunteer opportunities please check back in the future. Click below for more info on volunteering.

      Make a Donation

      We aim to promote awareness among Albertans about civil liberties and human rights through research & education.

       

      Our Funders and Supporters

      ACLRC would not be able to do its work without the generous support of our funders and supporters. We thank them for their continued dedication to our mission.


       

      The Alberta law foundation

      The Alberta Law Foundation was established under the Legal Professionals Act, effective April 1, 1973. The Foundation is the recipient of the interest which banks, credit unions, trust companies, and treasury branches must pay on clients' funds held in lawyers' general trust accounts. This does not include interest paid on a specific trust investment held for an individual client. The interest is made available by the Foundation by way of grants to organizations engaged in activities which are considered to be in keeping with the Foundation's objects.

       
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      Alberta human rights education and multiculturalism fund

      The Human Rights Education and Multiculturalism Fund (the Fund) supports the Alberta Government's efforts to foster equality, promote fairness, and encourage the creation of inclusive workplaces and communities. The Fund supports the human rights and diversity work of community organizations and educational initiative undertaken by the Alberta Human Rights Commission.

      alberta association for multicultural education

      The Alberta Association for Multicultural Education's [AAME] goal is to assist Alberta citizens and their organizations with ongoing dialogue, education and training in the areas of multiculturalism and anti-racism. AAME's vision is an inclusive society in Alberta that values, respects and celebrates its diversity.

       
       

      Canadian Federal Government