Homecoming At Home: Diversity, Equality and Inclusion


Online event.
Free. Registration required.

The Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Arts are hosting a recorded panel discussion on the topic of diversity, equality and inclusion (EDI) with special focus on Indigenous peoples’ rights. This event takes place a day before Orange Shirt Day (30 September).

Registration is open on the McGill Alumni site.

Our panelists will explore Indigenous rights in Canada and the role academia can play in informing EDI policies. What has been done? What can be done? And how it can be done? are only a few of the questions that will be explored.


  • Dr. Cindy Blackstock, Faculty of Arts - Executive Director of the First Nations Child & Family Caring Society of Canada, Associate Professor & Director of FNCARES (First Nations Children’s Action Research and Education Service) at University of Alberta and a Professor in McGill’s School of Social Work
  • Dr. Debra Thompson, Faculty of Arts, PhD Political Science ’10, Associate Professor Political Science and Canada Research Chair in Racial Inequality and Democratic Societies at McGill University
  • Assistant Dean of Law (Inclusion - Black and Indigenous Flourishing) Kimberly Lee-Louis, BCL/LLB’13, Faculty of Law

The conversation was moderated by Dean of Arts Mary Hunter and Dean of Law Robert Leckey, BCL/LLB’02.



Contact Information

Julie Timmins
Advancement Officer, McGill Law
julie.timmins [at] mcgill.ca
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