Barbara Hall, chief commissioner of the Ontario Human Rights Commission, said "persistent racism" continues despite the passage of the Ontario Human Rights Code 50 years ago.
What does OHRC stand for?
OHRC stands for Ontario Human Rights Code
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We have 37 other meanings of OHRC in our Acronym Attic
- Office of Reconstruction and Humanitarian Assistance (Iraq)
- Olde Hanwell Residents Association (UK)
- Ontario Health Record Association (now Ontario Health Information Management Association; Canada)
- Ontario Health Research Alliance (Canada)
- Ozarks Hunting Retriever Association (Arkansas)
- Ohio Historical Records Advisory Board
- Offshore Hazard and Risk Analysis Toolkit (Neptune)
- Ohio Human Rights Bar Association
- l'Orchestre d'Harmonie de la Région Centre
- Oklahoma Human Rights Commission
- Ontario Human Rights Commission
- Operational Hourly Ride Capacity
- Oregon Holocaust Resource Center (Pacific University; Forest Grove, OR)
- Organisation and Human Resources Research Centre (EU)
- Ottawa Hospital Regional Cancer Centre (Canada)
- Office of Human Resource Development (a component of OWR)
- Organization and Human Resource Development
- Office of Human Radiation Experiments (US Department of Energy)
- Office of Human Research Ethics (University of North Carolina)
- Office of Human Resources and Education (US NASA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Bill adds "gender identity, gender expression" to the Ontario Human Rights Code.
9) Despite a provision in the Social Benefit Tribunal's enabling legislation (10) which prohibits the Tribunal from applying the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (11) in its interpretation of its enabling legislation, the majority of the Supreme Court of Canada held that the Tribunal could apply the Ontario Human Rights Code (12) when deciding questions of law.
The current human rights system, consisting of the Ontario Human Rights Commission and the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, was created in 1962 to enforce the Ontario Human Rights Code, the first of its kind in Canada.
The appellants wanted the Tribunal to examine the rejection in light of the Ontario Human Rights Code.
The Ontario Human Rights Code prescribes that every person has a right to be free from discrimination because of a disability or a perceived disability in the area of employment.
Examples include the UN Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women, an interview with Indonesia's State Minister for the Role of Women, the Ontario Human Rights Code, Australia's Sex Discrimination Act, etc.
There is an inherent conflict between the Catholicity mission of the school boards and the assumptions/ claims in the Ontario Human Rights Code.