At its third annual Community Advisory Summit, the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) heard from grassroots community leaders about their pressing concerns, including impunity for hate and discrimination experienced by racialized and religious communities, marginalization and exclusion of people living in poverty, and a lack of genuine commitment to Indigenous reconciliation.
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At the second annual OHRC Community Advisory Group Summit, on November 20 and 21, 2018, approximately 40 representatives serving diverse communities across Ontario offered their expertise, lived experience and insight on commitments made in the OHRC’s 2017-2022 Strategic Plan, Putting people and their rights at the centre.
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- Executive Advisor (reports to Executive Director)
- Commission and Secretariat Coordinator (Designated Bilingual) (reports to Executive Advisor)
- Executive Assistant Vacant
- Administrative Assistant
Chief Administrative Officer – Centralized Services Branch
a. OHRC organizational model