Safe migration…

Aug 31, 2018 Davos – World Economic Forum – Anne Gallagher 3 reasons all countries should embrace the Global Compact for Migration The final draft of Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration has been recommended to the UN for … [Read more...]

Jail violence…

Aug 21, 2018 Toronto Star – Peter Edwards Coroner’s inquest called into three prison drug deaths The Elgin Middlesex Detention Centre, in London, On, is back in the news as an inquest is scheduled around the drug deaths of three inmates.  … [Read more...]

Your children’s children…

July 26, 2018 Huffington Post / Evidence Network.ca Canada Is Sending A Generation Of Indigenous Children To Jail - To call these numbers of incarcerated Indigenous people a crisis would be the understatement of the century. The article is a … [Read more...]

Blind spots…

July 15, 2018 Policy Options: Parents in Prison: A public policy blind spot - Sophie de Saussure The criminal justice reform bill fails to address the social effects of a parent’s incarceration on children. Bill C-75 is the Liberal government … [Read more...]

More ‘big brother’…

June 22, 2018 The Guardian (UK) – Justin Ling Revealed: Canada uses massive US anti-terrorist database at borders Tuscan is the latest electronic device used to monitor travellers across the US-Canada border, provided by the US.  Tuscan is a … [Read more...]

Law, sex and religion…

June 19, 2018  National Post – Chris Selley Supreme Court strikes a blow against religious freedom with Trinity Western decision - Canadian courts have long protected religious practices they believe to be sincerely held, not necessarily … [Read more...]

Harassment in politics…

Jan 26, 2018 Edmonton Journal – Emma Graney Accuser hopes Kent Hehr's resignation triggers broader talk about harassment in politics The consequences of charges of sexual harassment or assault seem to move at some considerable speed.  Within 24 … [Read more...]

Indigenous Law…

Nov 7, 2017 Dalhousie University Schulich Law School (NS) – Janet Doucet New Aboriginal and Indigenous law course fosters ‘eye‑opening’ experiential learning In response to Article 28 of the Recommendations from the Truth and … [Read more...]

Human rights and compensation…

July 14, 2017 Toronto Star – Azeezah Kanji The ‘odious’ logic behind opposition to Khadr’s compensation The apology and the recompense to Omar Khadr has clearly riled many Canadians.  Kanji tries to present the minority side of the … [Read more...]

MMIW resignations…

July 1, 2017 Toronto Star – Tanya Talaga Executive director of murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls inquiry resigns As further proof of the tensions and problems confronting the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women inquiry, the … [Read more...]