Our People: Pearl Eliadis

Pearl Eliadis sat down with us to discuss how reframing policy questions can lead to better outcomes.

In this video, Max Bell School Associate Member Pearl Eliadis, who teaches a Policy Case Study and a Core Policy Course at the Max Bell School, uses an example of snow removal to demonstrate how reframing policy questions can lead to better outcomes.

About Pearl Eliadis

Pearl Eliadis (B.S.C., B.C.L., LL.B. (McGill), B.C.L. (Oxon.) is a senior lawyer in private practice, focusing on human rights, national institutions and democratic development. With more than two decades of public policy experience in federal and provincial governments as a policy professional and a lawyer. Pearl has successfully led complex, global projects dealing with national institutions, evaluation, and human rights, with in-country missions to China, Ethiopia, Nepal, Rwanda, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Tajikistan and Timor Leste. Pearl has been retained by institutional and multilateral clients, including the United Nations, the European Commission, governments and NGOs. She is affiliated with the McGill’s Faculty of Law and serves as President of the Quebec Bar Association’s Human Rights Committee. 


Core Policy Course: Ethics, Rights, and Law

Policy Case Study: Protecting Girl Children from Sexual Violence: Public Campaigns & Public Litigation in Rural Kenya


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