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Queen's University

Human Rights Cases

Each issue of the Queen's Human Rights Bulletin contains a series of landmark court cases and decisions. Our immediate goal is to inform the Queen's Community about its legal rights and responsibilities in employment and in the provision of living accommodation and services. The ultimate goal is to promote an environment free from harassment and discrimination and to reduce the risk of liability to the university.

  1. Disabilities and the Duty to Accommodate

  2. Disabilities and the Duty to Accommodate in the UK

  3. Sexual Harassment and its Implications for Universities

  4. Religious Discrimination

  5. Religious Accommodation

  6. Publication or Display of offensive material

  7. Racial Discrimination in Institutions of Higher Education in the U.K.

  8. Cyber Hate

  9. The Legal Consequences of not Fighting Racial Discrimination

  10. The Accommodation of Employees with a Mental Illness Disorder

  11. Sexual Violence in the Workplace: the Murder of Lori Dupont

  12. Keays vs Honda (Court of Appeal)

  13. Keays vs Honda (Supreme Court of Canada)

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