Engagement on Recommendations made to Canada under its third Universal Periodic Review: join the conversation and share your ideas
Current status: open
Opened on July 18, 2018, and will close to new input on August 24, 2018.
The Department of Canadian Heritage needs your help to better understand which human rights issues in Canada are the most pressing. We want to hear your perspective on:
- The Universal Periodic Review recommendations that you believe should be a priority in Canada and why.
- Practical suggestions on how Canada could implement the accepted recommendations in the short term and in the long term.
You can also send by email your written comments.
Join in: how to participate
We have created an anonymous virtual space where you can share your thoughts and ideas about the recommendations Canada received during its third Universal Periodic Review.
Here are four ways to get involved:
- Vote: Vote on other people's statements (select agree, disagree or pass/unsure).
- Join in: If you want to add to the conversation, submit your opinion in the official language of your choice.
- Share: Share the link to this virtual conversation with others in your network. Understanding issues from as many diverse perspectives as possible offers true insight.
- Stay in touch: Interested in human rights in Canada? Sign-up to be kept in the loop and learn about upcoming activities.
Who can participate
While this conversation will be of special interest to those directly involved in Canada’s international human rights reporting process, it is open to all Canadians.
- Backgrounder: online engagement on the recommendations made to Canada under its third Universal Periodic Review.
Contact the Human Rights Policy team for more information or if you have questions.
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