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Newsletter of the McGill Institute for Human Development and Well-Being

Published: 21Sep2017

We are pleased to share with you some of the activities that have been organized and supported during the first year since the official launch of the Institute for Human Development and Well-Being...

Royal Society of Canada elects Profs. Asghar, Drapeau and Talwar to The College

Published: 12Sep2017

Today, the Royal Society of Canada announced 70 new members to The College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists, including seven McGill scholars, three of whom are with our Faculty of Education....

Mindy R. Carter's new co-edited publication highlights work of Rita L. Irwin

Published: 10Aug2017

Arts Education and Curriculum Studies: The Contributions of Rita L. Irwin, a new co-edited publication from Professor Mindy R.

Profs. Starr, Mitchell seek to combat gender-based violence with research work in Ethiopia

Published: 31Jul2017

Two ongoing research projects led by Professors Claudia Mitchell and Lisa Starr, of our Department of Integrated Studies in Education (DISE), are helping to understand how women in Ethiopia can...

Dr. Shariff addresses Ontario Summit, Montreal Council of Women regarding rape culture at universities

Published: 18Nov2015

Dr. Shaheen Shariff was recently invited to address the Montreal Council of Women (MCW) regarding rape culture in universities. 

Quebec human rights commission denounces public misogyny

Published: 27Mar2015

The Quebec human rights commission has recently rendered a decision regarding misogyny in public. For more details take a look at the Montreal Gazette website. ...

Le Devoir speaks to Define the Line's Dr. Shariff: analysis of University leaders' response in U Laval sexual assaults

Published: 24Oct2016

"Rectors of Laval University and University of Ottawa were criticized over the weekend for their reaction to sexual scandals," wrote Isabelle Porter in part for 

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