This database contains more than 10,000 recommendations pulled from over 200+ reports on human rights issues relevant to British Columbia. Each result contains information about the report it came from, the groups affected by the recommendation, the target audience called on to respond to the recommendation and, where relevant, the specific location in British Columbia that the recommendation refers to.
You can search across all reports for recommendations or you can see all the recommendations associated with a single report. What this database does not currently contain is information about the status of the recommendation and whether or not the recommendation has been implemented.
BCOHRC’s recommendations database is for community organizations, advocates, researchers or passionate individuals working to learn more about human rights issues in our province. This database is also for governments and decision makers who can now more easily see what kinds of recommendations have been brought forward on the areas they are responsible for with the aim of assisting these groups to implement human rights recommendations.