The NCCM has produced a number of guides designed to help Muslim Canadians know their rights, and understand how to put them into action in different settings. Many of our guides are also aimed at informing both Muslim and non-Muslim community members about how to navigate issues relating to Muslims and Islam in the workplace, at school, during times of trauma, and more.
These guides are free to download below.
Nos guides français sont en fin de liste, ou sur www.cnmc.ca
|Know Your Rights & Responsibilities: A Guide for Canadian Muslims||Knowing your rights and responsibilities is an important step in making sure that you and those around you are being treated fairly under the law. NCCM's flagship Know Your Rights & Responsibilities guide is intended to empower you to advocate for yourself where you work, where you live, when you travel, when you go to access services, amongst other things.||Please subscribe to download|
|Know Your Rights: A Guide for Muslim Post-Secondary Students||This guide will empower you as an individual with knowledge of your rights, and information about what you can do if you experience discrimination or harassment based on being Muslim, or being perceived as Muslim, at a Canadian college or university. This guide is for you if you identify as a Muslim post-secondary student, regardless of your race, ethnicity, sect, gender, sexual orientation or any other identity marker.||Please subscribe to download|
|NCCM Muslim Student Townhall Report||Muslim students rarely get the opportunity to speak freely about the particular challenges they face in the education system. Recognizing this gap, the NCCM’s Muslim Student Town Hall initiative worked hard to change this by inviting diverse Muslim voices to the table to speak about their experiences. This report aims to highlight their perspectives, and serves as an important resource for educators seeking to understand the needs of their diverse students.||Please subscribe to download|