This pamphlet from the Office of the Nova Scotia Office of the Ombudsman (Youth Services) provides information about the rights of youth in care and custody and how the Youth Ombudsman Rep can help.
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.
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.
Your Legal Rights is an Ontario database that provides the reader with information about their legal rights on a variety of subjects, including (but not limited to): housing, family, education and human rights.
The Legacy of Hope website offers various resources which discuss the history and legacy of the residential school system, as well as promising community-based practices for healing.
The Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children provides news releases, a resource guide, as well as shares reports and educational resources on the Convention on the Rights of the Child. The Coalition's website also includes access to an annual child-rights analysis of the federal budget and encourages the participation of children/youth in their reporting process.
World Vision Youth Canada is a Christian advocacy organization which has created the Your Movement website to share stories of youth engaged in social change across the world. The website aims to inform youth about issues relating to poverty and to support youth who would like to be a part of the change with their own World Vision Youth campaign.
Discusses why your rights as a young person are important and the UN Convention on the Rights of a Child. The specific rights, complaint process and supports for youth in care in British Columbia are summarized. Health care coverage, the youth justice system, mental health and many community services that may be useful in supporting young people's wellbeing are also detailed.
A series of illustrations by Aboriginal artists of the rights that children are guaranteed under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
A youth friendly document that explains the rights of young people in care and the steps they can take if they feel their rights have not been respected.