David Yazbeck Interviewed on Federal Human Rights Reform

David Yazbeck recently spoke with the Canadian Bar Association’s National magazine regarding reform of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal.

In his interview, David recommended an end to the federal system’s current two-step screening process for dealing with human rights complaints and the creation of a direct access model, like the one used in Ontario. He also commented on the importance of appointing members to the Tribunal who have expertise in and sensitivity to human rights matters.

The National’s full article is available here.