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CIVIL RIGHTS NOW

“Civil Rights Now! is an all-volunteer, non-partisan, not-for-profit organization registered under the BC Societies Act.

 

It's goal is to get statutes passed by the provincial government which will ensure persons with disabilities living in British Columbia receive equal benefit and protection of the law."

OUR SOLUTION
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CIVIL RIGHTS NOW’S PROPOSAL

 

What’s the problem?

 

Listen to Paul Caune

 

Disabled residents of British Columbia are vulnerable to a provision of community or institutional care that falls below a generally acceptable standard, a situation that does not allow them to live with confidence in safety, with freedom and dignity. The main reason for this is the excessive amount of discretion available to government and contractors respecting the services provided to disabled people. Currently, no legislation exists which guarantees an appropriate and reasonable standard of care.

 

Read the proposal for the solution

HERE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

November 22, 2015

Paul Caune: The Need for Direct Payments Legislation in British Columbia Watch it here

 

October 21, 2015

Paul Caune Speech : Politicians See The Light When They Feel The Heat Read it here

 

 

 

August 5, 2015

Paul Caune’s  latest Beacon News article  Read it here

 

 

 

 

May 8 , 2014

Paul Caune’s Courage acceptance speech  Watch it here

 

 

​Feb 22, 2014 

Radical Rags. The fashion of Activism. 

A historic Fashion Show with Ivan Sayers  . See more

CONTACT US

For more information about Civil Rights Now! please contact us at 

civilrightsnow@yahoo.ca

 

Mailing Address:
Suite 425   1489 Marine Drive,
West Vancouver, British Columbia
Canada, V7T 1B8

 

Phone Number

778-986-1851

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HELP

How you can support Civil Right Now’s proposal:

 

Contact your MLA. Find out here  who your MLA is.

Provide them with the Civil Rights Now! proposal, either via email or in-person.

Ask for their public commitment to support the proposed law.

Let them know that your future vote and those of your family and friends depend on their public statement of support.

Let us at Civil Rights Now! know how your MLA responds. We’ll post all their responses on our website.

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