Subseries - HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTE OF CANADA-BOARD MEMBERS

Financial Statements of the HRI April 1988

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HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTE OF CANADA-BOARD MEMBERS

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The Human Rights Institute of Canada – Board Members subseries contains 37 files discussing the institutional organization, function, and activities of the Human Rights Institute of Canada. Files are arranged by board member. This subseries contains a variety of document types including correspondence, memorandum, newsletters, financial statements, newspaper clippings, meeting minutes, project reports, annual reports, magazine articles, Senate debates, speeches, brochures, House of Commons debates, legislation, and briefs. The specific topics this subseries covers are the administration of the Human Rights Institute of Canada, funding and finances of the Institute, new board members, aboriginal rights, women’s equality, motherhood, status of women, the Meech Lake Accord, police violence, bilingualism, Persons Case II, the expropriation of Nanoose Day, scientology legal cases, social justice, the Canadian constitution, child benefits, Quebec separatism, aging populations, libertarianism, department of external affairs, and the representation and celebration of the Persons Case.

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