This infographic explains how to access public services and supports under Jordan's Principle. Jordan's Principle is a rule the Canadian government has to follow that makes sure First Nations children receive the public services and supports they need when they need them. If you are a First Nations child or know of a First Nations child or group of First Nations children that needs services, this can help.
The "I have rights..." poster provides child-friendly information about children's rights under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the child. This poster was created by the Council of Europe and allows childrne to learn about their rights in an enjoyable way.
The "I have rights..." child-friendly brochure provides an introduction to children's rights under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. This brochure was created by the Council of Europe and allows children to learn about their rights in an enjoyable way.
These illustrated guides to rights, produced by the Children and Young People's Commissioner of Scotland and artist Alex Leonard, help children and young people to understand their rights under the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child in a clear and visual way. You can access these illustrated guides (one of children and one for young people) on the Children and Young People's Commissioner of Scotland website.
Project ARC, located in Nova Scotia, is a human rights education initiative that uses theatre performances to educate students about the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and balancing rights and responsibilities. Project ARC has an all-youth cast who travel to elementary and high schools in Nova Scotia to perform their show about human rights.
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 booklet provides information about human rights, specifically for people living in Nova Scotia. The booklet is written and designed to be youth-friendly.
This publication from the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth and Unicef Canada provides a summary of recommendations for Canada from the UN Committee on the Rights of the child. The document is written and designed to be youth-friendly.
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 guide provides general information about the BC Human Rights Tribunal under the Human Rights Code, including how to file a complaint and who to contact for more help.