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Competing Human Rights eLearning

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Competing Human Rights eLearning
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Navigate the course using the left sidebar menu. Subsections are marked by an arrow. You may also use the “Next” and “Previous” buttons. For keyboard users: hold Ctrl, Alt, and Shift keys together while pressing “N” for next or “B” for back. To use these keyboard commands while playing a video, tab out of the video frame first Attachments can be found at the bottom of the page.

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Course outline

  1. Module 1: Welcome and Introduction
    • Content:
      • Welcome video
      • How to navigate the course / Course outline and objectives
      • Short video – what are competing rights?
      • Simplified flow chart for competing rights conciliation
    • Goals:
      1. Understand how to navigate the Competing Human Rights course.
      2. Determine which modules you will complete to meet your learning needs.
      3. Gain a general understanding about what competing rights are.
  2. Module 2: The Ontario Human Rights Code and Reducing the Potential for Conflict
    • Content:
      • The Ontario Human Rights Code
      • Definitions
      • Reducing the potential for conflict
      • Quiz
    • Goals:
      1. Understand the OHRC’s definition of competing rights.
      2. Understand the difference between human rights, other legal entitlements, interests and values, and how these definitions can help us analyze competing rights issues.
      3. Learn the Ontario Human Rights Code’s grounds and social areas.
      4. Understand how to reduce the potential for competing rights conflict.
  3. Module 3: Examples of Competing Rights Situations
    • Content:
      • Introduction
      • Examples of competing rights scenarios, including current examples from the news
      • Quiz
    • Goals:
      1. Understand that there are different types of competing rights situations.
      2. Through the examples and discussion questions, learn about different types of competing rights situations and how to analyze them.
      3. Consider which types of competing rights situations may apply to you, in your employment, services, etc.
      4. Differentiate between situations that are competing rights situations and those which are not (for example, duty to accommodate situations).
  4. Module 4: Key Legal Principles
    • Content:
      • The learner is introduced to a scenario. Each key legal principle is explained, and then applied to the scenario by the learner. At the end of the module, the real-life outcome of the scenario is revealed, prompting the learner to reflect on their analyses.
    • Goals:
      1. Learn about the key legal principles that are applied in competing rights situations.
      2. Apply the key legal principles to analyze a possible competing rights situation.
  5. Module 5: Framework for resolving competing rights issues in organizations
    • Content:
      • A walk-though of the framework, step-by-step, using a scenario as a guide. The learner is prompted to reflect on the scenario and provide possible outcomes throughout the module.
    • Goals:
      1. Understand the quick resolution and full processes for addressing competing rights, and when each should be used.
      2. Learn Alternative Dispute Resolution models for resolving competing rights issues.
      3. Understand each step of the framework for addressing competing rights issues in organizations.
      4. Ability to apply the framework for addressing competing rights issues in an organizational setting.

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