Postcolonial Federalism: tracing colonial state-formation in the Global South

21 Feb 2024 13:00
A discussion on Mr. Shahal Khoso ‘s paper.

Doctoral Candidate at the Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona) and visiting scholar at the Peter MacKell Chair in Federalism Winner of the First Prize of the Baxter Family Competition in Federalism (2023) and of the Ron Watts Award (International Association of Centers for the Study of Federalism, 2023)

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"Space Law meets Women, Peace, and Security": A talk with Prof. Joan Johnson-Freese

21 Feb 2024 13:00

The McGill Institute of Air and Space Law and the McGill International Law Society are pleased to host speaker Prof. Joan Johnson-Freese

Her talk is entitled “Space Law meets Women, Peace, and Security” and brings together research from the newly released 2nd edition of her book “Women, Peace & Security: An introduction” with her substantial body of space security research.

Slavery and the Law Speaker Series – M. NourbeSe Philip

22 Feb 2024 17:45

Organised by the Labour Law and Development Research Laboratory and as part of the Slavery and the Law course, join us for a special reading and discussion of the work of legal poetry Zong! with acclaimed poet, writer, and lawyer M. NourbeSe Philip.  

First quarter review of the UN Global Action Plan to End Statelessness

23 Feb 2024 13:00

The Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism(CHRLP) presents:

This hybrid event will be presented by Current CHRLP O’Brien Fellow in Residence Dr. Omotunde Enigbokan and other experts worldwide, Ms. Thandeka Chauke, Dr. Solomon Momoh, Dr. Cristiano D'orsi, Dr Rodziana bt Mohamed Razali, Dr. Katja Swider and Professor Edwin Odhiambo Abuya (University of Nairobi).

2024 Canadian National Negotiation Competition - Keynote Address & Negotiation Master Class : Cognitive Errors in Negotiation

1 Mar 2024 14:00

With Professor Suzanne Bouclin, University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, Common Law  

Safe Third Country Practices as a Tool for Containment of Human Mobility

12 Apr 2024 12:30

The “safe third country” concept emerged in the global asylum governance scene in the late 1980s as an effort to prevent secondary movement of refugees, after they flee persecution and find safety at the closest instance possible. Despite being promoted as a responsibility-sharing tool by its proponents, in reality, safe third country practices aggravate the rights violations that refugees face and obstruct their access to asylum.

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