Inclusive Citizenship and Deliberative Democracy

The Pitfalls of the Ethiopian Elites’ War of Narratives: Part I

19 Nov 2020

Shimelis Mulugeta Kene and Solen Feyissa analyze the history of Ethiopia’s social and political landscape, and show that a war of narratives has recently regnited between the “Pan-Ethiopianists”...

Challenging Censorship: Open Society Justice Initiative Opposes ICC Executive Order

16 Nov 2020

BCL/JD student Kimia Towfigh examines a recent executive order that sanctions supporters of the International Criminal Court who provide evidence of alleged war crimes committed by US troops in...

L’héroïsme de Joyce Echaquan

12 Nov 2020

Suite à la mort de Joyce Echaquan, Tamara Thermitus se penche sur le racisme systématique auquel sont confrontés les Premières Nations ainsi que sur leur résilience dans leur quête pour le changement.

Inclusive Citizenship and Health Care

27 Oct 2020

In this topical piece, Montreal-based professor and human rights lawyer Pearl Eliadis provides an overview of the discriminatory public health insurance regime in Quebec, which systematically...

Understanding how racism becomes systemic

18 Aug 2020

By Colleen Sheppard, Tamara Thermitus, and Derek J. Jones. Dedicated to Violas, Lovings, and #BLM heirs, this timely piece offers a succinct answer to what is systemic racism, provides clear...

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