The Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission, the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations and the Metis Nation of Saskatchewan have joined forces to call for funding from the federal government to protect Aboriginal women against violence and abuse.
What does SHRC stand for?
SHRC stands for Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission (Canada)
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We have 15 other meanings of SHRC in our Acronym Attic
- Student Human Resource Association
- Sudan Human Rights Association
- Swedish Hot Rod Association
- Short-Range Anti-Armour Weapon
- State Historical Records Advisory Board
- State Health Research Advisory Council (Perth, Western Australia, Australia)
- Statewide Human Rights Advocacy Committee (Health and Rehabilative Services)
- Sussex Heights Roving Artists Group
- Stored Human Red Blood Cells
- Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center (Michigan)
- Sexual Health Resource Centre (Canada)
- Software Human Resource Council
- State Human Rights Commission (India)
- Syrian Human Rights Committee (UK)
- Siberian Husky Rescue of Central Alabama
- Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats from Charles River Laboratories
- Shanghai Research Center for Wireless Communications (China)
- School for Human Resource Development (Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology; Nairobi, Kenya)
- Strategic Human Resource Development
- Super High Resolution Display
Samples in periodicals archive:
Following an extensive investigation by the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission, the province's Human Rights Tribunal found in 2005 that Whatcott had contravened the ban on fomenting "hatred against individuals because of their sexual orientation" in section 14 (1) of the Saskatchewan Human Rights Code, ordered him to pay $17,500 in damages to four homosexual complainants and directed that he must never again publish the flyers or any other "material which promotes hatred against individuals because of their sexual orientation.
With a doctorate in education administration and twelve years' experience working for the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission, she is aptly qualified to present her position that corporal punishment is a violation of children rights, contrary to the guarantees of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
He is accused by the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission (SHRC) of "inciting hatred" for his crudely written and printed material that he distributes to homes in the province.
Four recipients of the ad complained to the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission, with three of them being awarded $5,000 each and the fourth $2,500 to assuage their hurt feelings.
On the weekend of May 13-14, he and some fellow Christian Truth Activists defied the Tribunal by distributing 1,000 more flyers in Saskatoon entitled "Sodomites and the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission.