Mental Health

Mental Health and Human Rights – Part 3: Duty to Inquire

By Laura Track, Human Rights Lawyer, May 8, 2020

Part 3: Duty to Inquire

This week is Mental Health Week. To mark the occasion, we’ve published this three-part series on Mental Health and Human Rights.

In Part 1 of the series, we talked about the stigma […]

Mental Health and Human Rights – Part 2: Duty to Accommodate

By Laura Track, Human Rights Lawyer, May 6, 2020

Part 2 – Duty to Accommodate

In Part 1 of our Mental Health and Human Rights series in honour of Mental Health Week, we talked about human rights protections for people with mental illness. The BC […]

Mental Health and Human Rights – Part 1: Challenging Stigma

By Laura Track, Human Rights Lawyer, May 5, 2020

Part 1 – Challenging Stigma

The Canadian Mental Health Association has named this week Mental Health Week. It’s a great opportunity to remember that mental health is a critical component of our overall health and well-being.

The theme […]

Accommodating mental health – breaking down the stigma

By Abisola Omotayo

recent decision[1] of the BC Human Rights Tribunal emphasizes the need for service providers to accommodate individuals with mental health issues. The case involved the alleged denial of service by a BC restaurant to a person with mental illnesses. The customer […]

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