Human Rights videotapes

Publisher:  Canadian Rights and Liberties Federation
Year Published:  1992  
Book Type:  Videotape

Resource Type:  Film/Video
Cx Number:  CX4511

5 videotapes for use at senior elementary or secondary levels or for adult audiences.

Abstract:  The Canadian Rights and Liberties Federation has produced a series of 5 videotapes for use at senior elementary or secondary levels or for adult audiences. The series examines the lives of people who have effected change in the area of human rights in Canada. They include:

The Justin Clark Case (Rights of the physically disabled)
The Justine Blainey Case (Gender equality)
Bernard Ominayak and the Lubicon Case (Native rights)
The Action Travail Des Femmes Case (Equality in the workplace)
The Preston, Nova Scotia Story (Racial equality)

Copies of the series are available for $120 for all five or $30 each + GST & PST from:
Canadian Rights and Liberties Federation, 323 Chapel Street, Ottawa Ontario K1N 7Z2 Canada



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