Canadian Career Education College  / C.P.D. House

  

Log in

Overview of Rule of Law and Social Justice in Canada

  • 15 May 2022
  • 15 May 2023
  • Video CPD valid until May 15, 2023 - CCIC Approved - 1.5 CPD Hour (30 minutes professionalism included)

Registration

  • Member must log in first to register
  • Member must log in first to register

Registration is closed

   


Where (Format): CCIC Approved  

CPD Hours: 1.5 -  30 minutes professionalism contents included

Presented by: CPD House

Educators:  

Program date: May 15, 2022

Seminar summary

The rule of law is the idea that in order for a society to function smoothly and fairly, all its members agree to abide by a common set of rules, called “the law.”

The rule of law means that everyone is subject to the law. No one, no matter how important, how rich, how educated, or how powerful, is above the law. Laws apply to everyone equally, including those in positions of power. In Canada, that includes all levels and branches of the government, legislature, Parliament, the Senate, the Prime Minister, the police, lawyers, judges, the Lieutenant Governors, the Governor General, and even the Queen.

In this course the educator will discuss the mechanisms to uphold the rule of law.

Throughout history, social justice has helped to shape laws and policies to achieve greater equality.

Refund and registration policy
24/ Online Support: 
How to register, access and system requirements


Copyright © 2012-2022  Canadian Career Education College O/A CPD House 

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software