Canada's Action Plan Against Racism
Canada’s Action Plan Against Racism outlines issues and approaches for the Government of Canada with the aim of eradicating racism and racial discrimination from society. This document consists of three parts: Part I: Breaking Down Barriers sets out the general context for the action plan. Part II: Six-Point Action Plan identifies six key priority areas that guide existing government-wide activities. Each priority section identifies steps taken to date as well as new ones proposed by the government and its partners. Part III: Reporting Back to Canadians outlines the ways in which each action item will be evaluated.