Government of New Brunswick
2021 Human Rights Award recipients announced

PRUDE Inc. of Saint John received the 2021 New Brunswick Human Rights Award at a ceremony on Sept. 15 in Saint John. From left: Li Song, managing director of PRUDE; Karen Hachey, board president of PRUDE; Claire Roussel-Sullivan, chair of the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission; and Marc-Alain Mallet, director of the commission.

Presentation of Youth Human Rights Award to students

The Human Rights Commission presented the Youth Human Rights Award today to the Grade 4 to 6 students of École Abbey-Landry, in Memramcook, for their project called “L’espoir d’avenir” as part of World Children’s Day. From left: Cassandra Wheaton; Zoé LeBlanc; Dorothy Thériault, member of the commission; Mara Toussaint; and Marissa Belliveau.

2019 Human Rights Award recipients announced

New Brunswick Human Rights Commission chairperson Nathalie Chiasson presented the 2019 New Brunswick Human Rights Award to Paul M. McDonnell, of Fredericton, as well as the Youth Human Rights Award to students of École Abbey-Landry, in Memramcook, during a ceremony held today in Fredericton. Photo shows, at left: Chris Wheaton, vice-principal and music teacher at École Abbey-Landry with students Cassandra ...

Inclusive education advocate from the United Kingdom visits New Brunswick

Tara Flood, CEO of the Alliance for Inclusive Education, which is based in the United Kingdom, is in Canada researching issues related to inclusive education and policy implementation. She met today with Marc-Alain Mallet, director of the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission, and with Sarina McKinnon, the commission’s legal counsel. From left: Flood; Mallet; and McKinnon.