This program contains _1_ EDI Professionalism Hour(s).
This program contains _1_ Professionalism Hour(s).
This program is eligible for up to __0__ Substantive Hours
Presented by: CPD House
Program date: 08 Dec 2022
The term "equality" is used frequently these days to define and condemn the discriminatory historical element among several communities globally, including in Canada. Our presenters explore why knowledge of history is critical to a better understanding of rights, practices and attitudes faced by peoples having various Citizenship/Immigration status today, and to also highlight the elements impacting their rights in the Canadian justice system when dealing with enforcement agencies, including police at all levels and the CBSA (Canada Border Services Agency).
Learn the value of equity, diversity, and inclusion principles within a legal context and how you can help to address and educate your clients to promote improved outcomes and better opportunities based on equal rights in the Canadian Constitution.
What is the role of the law in resolving such ‘values’ conflicts between the citizen and the state? The administrative state extends into traditionally private sectors, and state actors seek to promote certain preferred values. These developments raise important questions about how, and why, differences ought to be accommodated in a free and democratic society. In this course the educator will explore some of these themes and questions, and underscore the value of, and need for, continued dialogue and critical examination of these issues. Professionalism: Shadowing clients and developing an understanding of the issues which may affect your clients.
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