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Borovoy Conferences

For over 20 years, the CCLA/CCLET’s Borovoy Conferences have immersed youth in explorations of concepts former CCLA General Counsel Alan Borovoy held dear — rights, freedoms, and critical thinking. Each conference feature a diversity of speakers including legal and Charter of Rights and Freedoms experts, community leaders, and activists, and cover cutting edge civil liberties […]

Learn How to Advocate for Your Rights

Freedom of Expression Through Clothing

The Freedom of Expression through Clothing learning activity is the first in what we hope will be a series of case studies about rights and freedoms in Canada. It consists of two parts: • A short video is followed by a simulated social media discussion of the case in which you can choose which comments […]

Learn About Your Charter Rights

Welcome to the Remote Rights Project web resources. The Canadian Civil Liberties Education Trust has been educating young people in Canada about their rights and freedoms in classrooms for more than 20 years, and we’re thrilled that with grant support from the Canadian Internet Registration Authority’s (CIRA) Community Initiatives Project, we are able to provide […]

Weigh in on our next case study: Artificial Intelligence and Public Safety

August 1, 2018

CCLET hopes to keep adding case studies to the Remote Rights site, and we could use some help. Because we know that projects get better when we include a diversity of opinions and engage with other people who care about rights education, we’re trying something new: we’re sharing our latest idea at the conceptual stage […]