The Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation will hold a one-day consultation and training session with service providers, housing specialists, and tenants who have experienced environmental sensitivity issues in rental housing. Following the in-person session, a webinar and toolkit will be developed focussing on the benefits of using a human rights approach to resolve issues experienced by individuals with ES+. The project’s partners include the Environmental Health Institute of Canada (EHICanada) and the Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA). The project supports access to justice in rural and remote areas through the training of trusted intermediaries.
March 29, 2018
Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation
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