Indigenous Law

Suffer the Little Children: Genocide, Indigenous Nations, and the Canadian State

2Apr201916:00
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The McGill Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism and the Canada Research Chair (Tier II) in Social Movement Learning and Knowledge Production present Tamara Starblanket, Native Education...

Valley of the Birdtail: An Ojibway Reserve, a White Town, and the Legacy of Racism

20Mar201913:00
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Please join us for talk by Andrew Stobo Sniderman, currently an O'Brien Fellow in Residence at the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism.

Criminal "Justice", Colonial Injustice: Indigenous Peoples, the System, and Wrongful Convictions

26Feb201918:30
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For its annual conference this year, Innocence McGill invites you to explore the interaction between Indigenous peoples and the Canadian criminal justice system, and consider how systemic issues...

A Conversation With Judge Paul Mayer

11Feb201917:00
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The Indigenous Law Association / Association de Droit Autochtone (ILADA) invites you to come hear Justice Paul Mayer of the Quebec Superior Court about his experience as a member of the Specific...

Anishinaabe Law with Elders Sherry Copenace and Harry Bone

4Feb201916:00
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Professors Aaron Mills and Mark Walter, in collaboration with the Indigenous Law Association de droit autochone (ILADA) welcome Anishinaabe elders

Indigenous Course Requirements: A Liberal Democratic Justification

16Jan201916:00
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As law schools move to implement the call by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to include the teaching of Indigenous legal traditions within their curricula, difficult questions arise of both...

Indigenous Peoples as Peoples: The Quest for Self-Determination by the Nordic Sámi People

9Jan201913:00
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The Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism welcomes Professor Martin Scheinin (European University Institute, Florence, Ita

Law and Lawyering: Inuit Perspectives

26Feb201813:00
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The Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism welcomes Elizabeth Zarpa and Joseph Murdoch-Flowers for a talk about their personal and professional experience of practicing law in Inuit territories.

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