ACHR&J publishes case studies, reports, and media responses and provides a library of human rights resources for public awareness.  ACHR&J encourages awareness, discussion and positive community building through our publications.  
The publication of The Rights Path - Alberta, made in co-operation with the Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission, the Canadian Human Rights Commission and Alberta Government departments, outlines human rights provisions that federal and provincial laws are designed to protect and is based on legal council from the Alberta Law Foundation.  The ACHR&J has initiated workshops to educate on the Rights Path booklet.
The Aboriginal Perspective on Human Rights in Alberta is a report on the 2008 research on human rights in Aboriginal Communities in Alberta.  The purpose of this research was to obtain information on the human rights perceptions and experiences relating to four areas:
1. Awareness of human rights for Aboriginal people;
2. Frequency and types of discrimination against Aboriginal people;
3. Barriers Aboriginal people have in reporting discrimination;
4. Successes for Aboriginal peoples in addressing discrimination.