Mental Disabilities and Human Rights in Housing

By: Emily Zarychta, Human Rights Clinic Lawyer, July 14, 2022

Housing is an essential part of our security and health, especially to those who have mental disabilities. People with mental disabilities are especially vulnerable to precarious housing and homelessness.[1]

Housing providers including landlords, co-ops, and […]

Human Rights in Heat Waves

By Emily Zarychta and Laura Track, Human Rights Clinic Lawyers, June 16, 2022

Climate change is an increasing risk to human health. The heat dome that swept across BC in June, 2021 saw temperatures soar to a record-breaking 49.6°C in some parts of the province. A […]

How Smells and Human Rights Intersect

May 10, 2022 by Emily Zarychta, Human Rights Clinic Lawyer

Smells can be very polarizing. Take the ‘king of the fruit’ – the durian – as an example. This much-loved fruit smells so pungent[1] that the fruits are banned from Singapore’s subway systems and […]

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No-Pet Clauses and Human Rights – Part Two ( Medical Information)

February 14th, 2022 by Emily Zarychta, Human Rights Clinic Advocate

This blog post is a follow-up to our July 13, 2020 post: No-Pet Clauses and Human Rights. Our Clinic continues to receive many questions about this issue, and there have been some developments in the […]

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