New paper on the implementation gap in Canada’s human rights obligations

Check out this paper by Alex Neve on how Canada can better meet our international human rights obligations. From the IRPP May 17

“Canada has long enjoyed an international reputation for having a stellar human rights record. Looking closer at Canada’s domestic record of human rights implementation presents a murkier picture of a country that is often reluctant to incorporate international human rights treaties and recommendations at home. There is an upcoming opening, however, to make progress on that front. The inaugural meeting of the Forum of Ministers on Human Rights, expected in 2023, offers an opportunity to strengthen the implementation of international human rights obligations at the federal, provincial and territorial levels.”

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