Centre for Human Rights (CHR)

The Centre for Human Rights (CHR) contributes to York University’s vision of social justice and accessible education.  We strive to build a respectful, equitable, diverse and inclusive (REDI) community at York by advancing, promoting, and upholding human rights at York in accordance with provincial human rights legislation and the University’s policies.

The CHR:

  • Supports York University’s administration in developing and implementing policies, practices, guidelines and procedures.
  • Educates the York community on their human rights responsibilities and obligations and related human rights issues.
  • Receives and processes human rights concerns and complaints brought forward by York students, faculty and staff.
  • Researches human rights issues for use in its policy advice and educational programming.

 To learn more about your rights and/or your role and responsibility in advancing, promoting and upholding human rights at York University visit the CHR’s free online training course Respect, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (REDI).

The Centre for Human Rights
2070 Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Building
Voice: 416-736-5682 TTY: 416-650-8023
rights@yorku.ca
www.yorku.ca/rights