Controversy on How Anti-Discrimination Human Rights are Enforced in Ontario

Disability rights advocate/ law professor David Lepofsky gives Osgoode Hall Law School 1st year constitutional law lecture on controversy on whether Ontario human rights/anti-discrimination laws should have public or privatized enforcement. Impact of major 2006 changes on human rights enforcement. For complete history:

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