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Monitoring the CRPD in Canada - Share your Feedback!

The Canadian Human Rights Commission is Canada’s human rights watchdog, with a responsibility to both promote and protect human rights. As a part of that role, the Commission was recently given a new responsibility to monitor the implementation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) in Canada.

In order to do this, the Commission will engage with diverse rights holders across Canada to hear your lived experiences and opinions on this important topic. By investing 15-30 minutes completing the online survey, you will be able to share your input, as well as learn more about the CRPD and the Commission’s role in monitoring it.

You can take the survey by following one of these links:

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