The Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth is a voice for children and youth who are receiving services from areas of children's services like child welfare, youth justice, children's mental health, developmental services and children’s treatment services.
The Applicant's Guide provides information on preparing an Application to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO) and what will happen after the application is filed. It also provides general information about the Human Rights Code and the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario.
The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario help to resolve claims of discrimination and harassment under the Human Rights Code. Their website describes how people can file an application to the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, and provides information about mediation services, hearings and other important information to consider if you have a human rights complaint that falls under the Human Rights Code in Ontario.
This guide, produced by the Ontario Human Rights Commission (Crown copyright), is an overview of Part I and Part II of the Ontario Human Rights Code - the provincial law that gives everyone equal rights and opportuniteis without discrimination.
This guide, produced by the Ontario Human Rights Commission (Crown Copyright), provides information about the Ontario Human Rights Code and how to deal with complaints. It is designed to help educators and students to learn about the rights and responsibilities covered in the Ontario Human Rights Code, and includes information and activities.
This poster from the Office of the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth in Ontario lists the rights of children and youth in child-friendly language.
This brochure from the Human Rights Legal Support Centre provides information about Human Rights and Aboriginal people and provides contact information for free legal advice to address cases of discrimination.
Native Child and Family Services of Toronto is a Indigenous child welfare services serving all First Nations, Metis and Inuit children and families in the Toronto area. Their website includes a host of links and information for children and youth including camp programs and drop-in centres, as well as a database of resources that help children understand the child welfare system.