The Inaugural Martine Roy Student Colloquium and Prize

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McGill Faculty of Law, 3644 rue Peel
Prix: 
Free.

The Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism invites you to the Inaugural Martine Roy Student Colloquium and Prize on the topic of equality and justice for LGBTI people.  Four students submitted papers for consideration. 

In-person event only.  All are welcome!  Admission is free.  Registration is required.  

With: Seth Gordon

Sexual Privacy, Cyber-Harassment, and the New Playground for Abusers: Privacy Infringements on LGBTQ Dating Apps 

Andie Hoang

Family is a Drag: Extra-Legal Formations of the White-Picket Dream

Linnea Kornhauser

The Unspeakable Crime: Examining the Implications of Legislative Silence in Criminalizing Homosexuality in Canada

Raphael Schmieder-Gropen

Care, Not Punishment: Informing COVID-19 Policy with Lessons from the AIDS Crisis

The Michelle Douglas Lecture is held in conjunction with the Martine Roy Student Colloquium, with the aim of encouraging student scholarship and enhancing public engagement around issues related to equality and justice for LGBTI communities. The Lecture and Colloquium were established in recognition of the path-breaking work of these remarkable individuals towards the advancement of equality for LGBTI people in Canada. The Lecture and Colloquium are made possible by the generous contribution of IMK Advocates.

McGill Faculty of Law, 3644 rue Peel

Room to be confirmed – vaccine passports required

In-person event only

Registration is required:

·         Martine RoColloquium registration

Companion event later the same day:

·         Michelle Douglas Lecture registration

Lectureship & Colloquium. //human.rights [at] mcgill.ca">More information.

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