The Canadian federal government has accused the Canadian Human Rights Commission of discriminating against its own Black and racialized employees.
The accusation is a serious one and carries significant weight given the Commission’s mandate to protect human rights in Canada.
The federal government’s claim raises questions about the Commission’s own commitment to the principles it is tasked with upholding.
Additionally, the allegations highlight the ongoing struggle against systemic discrimination faced by racialized people in the workplace.
It is essential for organizations such as the Commission to take proactive measures to ensure that all employees, regardless of their race or ethnicity, are treated fairly and equitably.