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Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission, in cooperation with other Canadian human rights commissions and TakingItGlobal, launched a new interactive youth website celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). This website provides youth with an interactive forum to help them learn about human rights and engage in a human rights dialogue. The website also offers tips for youth to get involved in promoting and protecting human rights.
Related legal topic(s): Human rights

The Young Workers Zone was created by the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety to help young people stay healthy and safe at work. Teachers, young workers, parents and employers can get the information and tools needed to venture into the work world on a safe footing.

Related legal topic(s): Public safety, Workers' health and safety

The focus of this web site from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada is to help kids understand how technology affects their privacy, and what they can do to build secure online profiles while keeping their information safe. Includes teacher resources.

Related legal topic(s): Internet safety, Privacy