To celebrate the Centre's tenth anniversary, a series of dialogues were held over two years between members of the Centre on various topics related to human rights and legal pluralism. These Dialogues aimed to capture a moment-in-time in the intellectual life of the Centre, and to serve as pedagogical tools both within the University and beyond.
Dialogue 1: Revisiting Legal Pluralism
Between René Provost & Frédéric Mégret, Colleen Sheppard moderating
Dialogue 2: Migration and Transnational Labour
Between Adelle Blackett & François Crépeau, Megan Bradley moderating
Dialogue 3: The Role of Laws in Religion, Family and Community
Between Vrinda Narain & Shauna van Praagh, Angela Campbell moderating
Dialogue 4: Canadian and Global Perspectives on Criminal Justice
Between Alana Klein & Marie Manikis, Payam Akhavan moderating
Dialogue 5: Reflections on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Action
Between Kirsten Anker & Mark Antaki, Ronald Niezen moderating.
Dialogue 6: Conceptual Engagement with Justice and Pluralism
Between Jacob Levy & Catherine Lu, Daniel Weinstock moderating.
Dialogue 7: Rethinking Governance
Between Victor Muniz-Fraticelli & Evan Fox-Decent, David Howes moderating.
Dialogue 8: Voices from the Field
Between Pearl Eliadis & Aristide Nononsi, Derek Jones moderating.
Dialogue 9: Realizing Economic Justice
Between Allison Christians and John Unruh, Nandini Ramanujam moderating.
Dialogue 10: Participation, Empowerment, and Disability
Between Sébastien Jodoin and Yolanda Muñoz; Nandini Ramanujam moderating.
Over the years, the CHRLP has organized a multitude of seminars, talks and annual conferences as part of its mission to provide students, professors and the wider community with a forum to critically engage with how law impacts upon some of the compelling modern social problems.
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