The recipients of the 2023 New Brunswick Human Rights Awards were honoured during a ceremony today at Government House in Fredericton. Provincial organization Pride in Education received the Human Rights Award, and Sydona Chandon of Fredericton received the Youth Human Rights Award. From left: Linda Boyle, spouse of the lieutenant-governor; Lt.-Gov. Brenda L. Murphy; Chandon; Gail Costello, co-chair of Pride ...
The recipients of the 2022 New Brunswick Human Rights Awards were honoured recently during a ceremony at Government House in Fredericton. Mamadou Oury Diallo of Moncton received the Human Rights Award and Cassandra Pitchford of Fredericton received the Youth Human Rights Award. From left: Lt.-Gov. Brenda L. Murphy; Pitchford; Diallo; and New Brunswick Human Rights Commission chair Claire Roussel-Sullivan.
PRUDE Inc. of Saint John received the 2021 New Brunswick Human Rights Award at a ceremony on Sept. 15 in Saint John. From left: Li Song, managing director of PRUDE; Karen Hachey, board president of PRUDE; Claire Roussel-Sullivan, chair of the New Brunswick Human Rights Commission; and Marc-Alain Mallet, director of the commission.
The Human Rights Commission presented the Youth Human Rights Award today to the Grade 4 to 6 students of École Abbey-Landry, in Memramcook, for their project called “L’espoir d’avenir” as part of World Children’s Day. From left: Cassandra Wheaton; Zoé LeBlanc; Dorothy Thériault, member of the commission; Mara Toussaint; and Marissa Belliveau.