Human Rights - Striving For Universal Standards
Including Charter Rights

Human Rights and Charter Rights are composed of both international conventions, doctrines and treaties; as well as those specific government provisions that may be included into a nation state's federal and regional legislative bodies.

International law : conventions, covenants, treaties and declarations have arisen and continue to be developed in order to provide fundamental human rights to all citizens.

It is encouraging that there is a gradual evolution of building code standards around the globe.

At principal issue is the record of building failures (see Grenfell Tower Fire / KCMA) across the world.

Inter Governmental Organizations and Non Governmental Organizations are constantly arising around the world - much to the benefit, in general, to the improving of human, civil and political rights of all peoples. And, certainly, the United Nations and its associates strive to improve the elements of the just society.

Canada is an example of a constitutional monarchical nation state which possesses both federal and provincial human rights statutes; as well as, legislating a federal Charter of Rights and Freedoms incorporated into the written constitution. And, additionally, Canada is bound by several international treaties, conventions, declarations and treaties that are constantly evolving - in particular, since WWII.

Canada's Constitution does provide an "opt-out" provision; wherein, provinces may exercise a "not withstanding" clause option; through which to be excluded from certain constitutional citations - which expire at five years from opting-out.

Please, see the various Human Rights branches across Canada. And, review the Civil Liberties Organizations / Lawyers Rights Watch resources.

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National and regional building codes are an essential legislative tool through which to develop and ensure a broad range of human safety and commercial entitlements-enjoyment.


Again, Canada, as a developing nation state, has enacted the National Building Code of Canada; and, which is adopted by the provinces and territories - including, the various Residential Tenancy Branch Acts, Regulations & Procedures for Solving Problems (i.e., British Columbia). And, within the Dispute Resolution Procedures (PDF) are class or Join Applications (see Forms) for common issues dispute determinations (see Decisions {see Starlight} / Cause & Reports / Publications), before ascending to BC Supreme Court in appeal. Media.

Landlord Rights Of Access : Guides : ETC


Solution Explorer : OIPC BCTenants Rights BC


*** See Community Legal Assistance Society 2013 Report ***

SINCE TIME BEGAN : salus populi suprema est lex - the right of the people is the supreme law : IN TRUTH WE TRUST



Without Prejudice : Not Legal Advice; Nor, A Directive To Legal Counsel. Political Commentaries Only : Errors And Omissions Excepted

[An IGO is an organization composed primarily of sovereign states, or of other intergovernmental organizations. IGOs are established by treaty or other agreement that acts as a charter creating the group. Examples include the United Nations, the World Bank, or the European Union.]