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first_imgThe Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission wants to increase the diversity of its board of inquiry panel member roster. “It is important that the roster be reflective of the diverse groups of people within our province,” said commission director and CEO Krista Daley. “For example, to date, we have not had a Mi’kmaq member serve on the roster and we believe it is important to be representative.” The board of inquiry is an independent administrative tribunal and can hear, determine and deal with complaints of discrimination referred by the province’s human rights commissioners. The commission will use an independent process for selecting members. An external selection committee will screen and interview applicants based on established criteria including, at minimum, a law degree, five years experience in their professional field and experience in human rights legislation or issues. The commission maintains a roster of up to 30 members, one-third of whom are from outside the Halifax Regional Municipality. It is from this panel member roster that the Chief Judge of the provincial court nominates people for appointment to a human rights board of inquiry. Successful applicants may be appointed to the roster for up to five years before they must re-apply. Information on the application process can be found on the commission website at www.gov.ns.ca/humanrights .last_img read more