Code Blue: Ending Impunity for Acts of Sexual Violence by UN Peacekeeping Personnel.
Report of the expert workshop co-hosted by the AIDS-Free World and the Institute for the Study of International Development, McGill University.
This report represents a selected summary of the key discussions and advice from the expert workshop, held in October 2014, as presented by AIDS--‐Free World. As the workshop was convened under Chatham House rules, no attribution is provided, except for the views of AIDS--‐Free World, as appropriate in certain instances.
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Department of Family Medicine. From a handful of graduates some 40 years ago, Family Medicine is now the biggest department within the l Faculty of Medicine.
L’Union européenne face au mouvement indépendantiste catalan : Perspectives juridiques et politiques
The Peter MacKell Chair in Federalism welcomes Juan Vintró Castells, Professor constitutional law at the University of Barcelone, and former senior legal advisor to the Catalo
Dr. Karl Fernandes
Research Centre of the University of Montreal Hospital
Dr. Kathleen Mullen
Vision Research Unit, Department of Ophthalmology
Keynote address: Biomedical engineering pioneer and inventor of the artificial cell
Dr. Farida Shaheed will reflect on her six years as UN Special Rapporteur on Cultural Rights, her report to the United Nations council, and her vision for the future of cultural rights, policies, protections, and projects.
Judge Diane Humetewa will discuss the contrasts between practicing justice in the Hopi court and the US courts, and how Native American legal traditions are being included and embraced in the American legal system.
As civil war continues to rage in Syria, civilian populations have been left without adequate protection and no safe escape from the violence.
Dennis Edney has spent more than a decade advocating on behalf of Omar Khadr — known as the youngest prisoner and last Western national to be incarcerated at Guantanamo Bay. Mr.