The who, what and how human rights and diversity are championed at the Canadian Teachers’ Federation.
Diana Durdle describes her “powerfully positive” experience last summer as a team member St. Lucia 2015. This article was originally published in the September/October issue of the Bulletin produced by the Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers’ Association.
With a new federal Liberal government in power, the CTF’s advocacy work will continue in terms of monitoring progress on commitments to support children and youth mental health as well as child poverty.
As Syrian refugees arrive in our schools, the resource “Dream Big Together” is a valuable tool for teachers and parents to ignite a healthy dialogue on cultural diversity within the school setting.
The recently appointed President and CEO explains how human rights education is at the core of the museum’s work as a means to inspire a new generation of Canadians to become human rights defenders.