Human rights – Other help

Other sources of legal advice

The Human Rights Legal Support Centre offers human rights legal services to individuals throughout Ontario who believe they have experienced discrimination. The Centre’s services range from legal assistance in filing an application at the tribunal to legal representation on human rights applications. They also have FAQs and How To Guides.  They do not have financial eligibility requirements.  Call 1-866-625-5179.

Other specialty community legal clinics in Ontario can provide help with specific issues, such as those listed below.

Discrimination in housing:

Centre for Equality Rights in Accommodation (CERA) promotes human rights in housing. They provide information on human rights in housing and one-on-one assistance to people who have experienced discrimination in their search for housing. Call 1-800-263-1139.


Race or ethnicity:



Queen’s Prison Law – provides legal services to clients in Kingston-area prisons, including Warkworth Institution