BC Human Rights Tribunal: Racial Profiling OK (If We Say So)

British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal Annual Report 2008 – 2009 – The Chair approved seven new special programs this year.

The British Columbia Nurses’ Union received five year special program approval to restrict hiring for the position of Education Diversity Officer to candidates who are members of a visible minority…

The Legal Services Society (“LSS”) received five year special program approval to limit hiring and/or provide preference to people of Aboriginal ancestry for lawyer and staff positions…

School District No. 28 (Quesnel) received five year special program approval to restrict hiring of teaching positions assigned to the Aboriginal Education Department to persons of Aboriginal ancestry…

Thompson Rivers University received five year special program approval for three programs that allow it to restrict hiring to a person of Aboriginal descent…

Vancouver Community College received five year special program approval to recruit persons of Aboriginal Ancestry for its new Culinary Arts – Aboriginal Speciality training program…

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One response to “BC Human Rights Tribunal: Racial Profiling OK (If We Say So)

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