The Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism has the pleasure of welcoming Professor John Borrows for the 2018 John Humphrey Lecture in Human Rights. His talk is titled Indigenous Rights as Colonialism: UNDRIP and Canada’s Constitution.
Organized by the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism, this event will explore the barriers facing people with disabilities when entering the labour market.
Organized by the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism, this panel will explore the commonalities and divergences in the experiences of Indigenous and Islamic law scholars and participants vis-à-vis the State. The panelists will also look at the multiplicities of Islamic and Indigenous law traditions, and how the State might contend with these complexities.
Speakers: John Borrows, Saba Mahmood
Respondents: Kirsten Anker, A. Craft, Kerry Sloan. Sloan, A. Emon, Omar Farahat, Vrinda Narain