- UN Convention on Disability Rights
- PIPEDA - Protect Your Information
- Compliance in the Disability Charity Sector
- The Deaf Perspectives on Identity Theft and Privacy project
- Welcome to the Deaf Women Leadership Project
- Bridge of Signs
- Visible Languages Translation Initiative (VLTI) Project
- Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP)
- New Horizons for Seniors
- Empowering Deaf Women in Canada
- How To File a Human Rights Complaint
- Strengthening Deaf Girls’ and Young Women’s Economic Prosperity
... and what happens when you do. The CAD's newest product is now available in fully accessible formats: DVD and video clips in ASL and LSQ with English and French captioning and voiceover, plus Simple Language print versions.
With the support of the Canadian Human Rights Commission, the Canadian Association of the Deaf has made it easy to understand how to file a human rights complaint; what are the rules and procedures you must follow; and what happens after you file the complaint.
Did you know that more human rights complaints are filed every year on the subject of disability than on any other subject?
If you believe you have been discriminated against because you are Deaf, you need to know how to use the complaints process to stop the discrimination. That's where our new product can help you!