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Conceptualizing anti-LGBT prejudice as a social problem worthy of scholarly attention was not new.
A 1969 article in Time described examples of negative attitudes toward homosexuality as "homophobia", including "a mixture of revulsion and apprehension" which some called homosexual panic. It was a fear of homosexuals which seemed to be associated with a fear of contagion, a fear of reducing the things one fought for — home and family.
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ACTING CHIEF OF THE COMMISSION AND TRIBUNALS APPOINTED(August 30, 2017)The Minister of Justice and Solicitor General, Kathleen Ganley, has appointed William D. C., as Acting Chief of the Commission and Tribunals of the Alberta Human Rights Commission, through a Ministerial Order signed August 23, 2017. Philp, Queen’s Counsel, completed his term as Chief of the Commission and Tribunals on June 30, 2017.
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Felix (Fil) Blache-Fraser, an advocate of human rights and a former Chief Commissioner of the Alberta Human Rights Commission. Fraser served as Chief Commissioner from 1989 to 1992. GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA SEEKS APPLICATIONS FOR CHIEF OF THE ALBERTA HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION(October 16, 2017) The Minister of Justice and Solicitor General is seeking applications from visionary individuals who are passionate about human rights, and are dedicated to protecting and promoting the human rights of Albertans by serving as the Chief of the Alberta Human Rights Commission.The Minister is looking for an inspirational leader who understands the diverse needs of communities across Alberta. Details can be found in the recruitment posting on the Government of Alberta website.The closing date for the competition is January 31, 2018.For details, read the January 2018 Notice of Changes to Alberta’s Human Rights Legislation.Important information about making a human rights complaint relating to age under sections 4 and 5: PASSING OF DR.