The Rocky Mountain Civil Liberties Association is an Alberta organization based in Calgary founded to promote respect for and observance of fundamental human rights and civil liberties. Our work aims to defend and ensure the protection of individual rights, freedoms and liberties.
We are a volunteer membership society. Our board includes the following individuals.
- Kelly Ernst, Director
- Catherine Ford, Director
- Sharon Polsky, Director
- Trudy Govier, Director
- Nitin Kumar Srivastava, Director
- Richard Farrand, Director
- Jayashree Bhat, Director
- Stephen Armstrong, Director
Mailing Address:c/o Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre Murray Fraser Hall, University of Calgary 2500 University Drive N.W.
Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4
Becoming a Volunteer
We welcome all people to become involved in advocating for civil liberties. For those without civil liberties experience, it is suggest that volunteering with RMCLA occurs for a while to ensure familiarity with RMCLA policies, how civil liberites policy development occurs, various laws associated with civil liberties, and limitations to civil liberties policy development. Joining a policy committee is an excellent way to begin with RMCLA. We welcome your application to volunteer at: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to become involved as a board member, we recommend reviewing the following: