In January 2009, Judge David Arnot was appointed Chief Commissioner of the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission. His task was to give new direction to the operations of the Commission and to develop a more comprehensive public education program. This was an opportunity for the Commission to review what was working and examine which areas could be enhanced by renewed energy and a new focus.
After the review, the Commission with renewed focus and a vision to become a model of best practices. The goal was to provide efficient and effective human rights services, education, and complaint resolution.
Ten years later, here are the results.
- Systemic Advocacy
- Courageous Conversations
- Landmarks in Human Rights
- Truth and Reconciliation
- A Decade in Photos