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Canada (Human Rights Commission) v. Taylor (Example)

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Introduction to Human Rights Course Name Student’s Name Date Introduction to Human Rights: Canada (Human Rights Commission) v. Taylor Facts of the case The facts of this case are that the appellants John Ross Taylor and the Western Guard Party distributed cards which invited calls to a Toronto telephone number and they were recorded as messages. The messages however were found to contain statements that were denigrating to the Jewish race and their religious beliefs. In the year 1979 complaints about these messages were presented before the Canadian Human rights commission and a tribunal was formed which after investigations concluded that the messages were discriminatory therefore ordering the appellants to stop the practice CITATION Ale15 \l 1033 (Brown 2015). According to Section 13(1) of the Canadian Human rights Act it is an act of discrimination for people to communicate through telephone messages that possess hatred for an individual of when the case was heard before the Supreme Court the Charter come into effect. LEAF contented that prohibitions against hate messages are frequent with the equality sections of the Charter in that woman and other disadvantaged groups were entitled to freedom from hateful propagation since there are dangers of harmful effects that came with these messages. The Supreme Court ruled that there were limits to free speech and affirmed that the prohibition of hate propaganda was in line with the Charter (Mahoney 2009). References BIBLIOGRAPHY \l 1033 Brown A. (2015). Hate Speech Law: A Philosophical Examination. Abingdon-on-Thames: Routledge. Jones T. D. (1998). Human Rights: Group Defamation Freedom of Expression and the Law of Nations. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. McNamara L. (2007). Human Rights Controversies: The Impact of Legal Form. Abingdon-on-Thames: Routledge. Mahoney K. (2009). Hate Speech Equality and the State of Canadian Law. Wake Forest L. Rev. 44 321. [...]

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on the file called "a 2 outline" make sure to answer each question in depth in the blank space given below each question! The brief shall be 3-5 about 1100-1500 words

Subject Area: Law

Document Type: Dissertation

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