Pearl Eliadis

Human Rights Approaches to Covid-19: Opening Remarks to a Canadian Law School Conference | PKI Global Justice Journal

Published: 6Apr2021

May 5, 2021 | Max Bell Professor Pearl Eliadis delivered the opening address at Queen's Human Rights Law Club's “Human Rights in Pandemic Times" conference. In this article by the PKI Global...

What the experts say about Quebec’s COVID-19 curfew measure | Global News

Published: 26Apr2021

April 18, 2021 | Pearl Eliadis speaks to Global News about how Quebec's curfew is exacting a disproportionate adverse effect on the province's most marginalized people, including people who are...

Dissecting the Bill 21 ruling | CTV News

Published: 26Apr2021

April 25, 2021 | Max Bell School professor Pearl Eliadis was interviewed by CTV News, providing perspective on Quebec's Bill 21 and the notwithstanding clause of the Canadian Charter of Rights and...

Mais encore… Le jugement sur la Loi 21 crée-t-il «deux Québec»? | Journal Metro

Published: 26Apr2021

April 25, 2021 | In this Journal Métro article, Pearl Eliadis assesses the Quebec government's decision to invoke the notwithstanding clause to allow the passage of Bill 21, which violates Section...

Group representing hijab-wearing teachers launches appeal against Bill 21 decision | Global News

Published: 22Apr2021

April 21, 2021 | “The decision touches on virtually every aspect of the Canadian political landscape as it affects fundamental human rights. I cannot think that this will not go to the Supreme...

Expert: Quebec court upholds most of province’s secularism law

Published: 21Apr2021

Quebec’s secularism law is largely legal, a Superior Court judge ruled on Tuesday, April 20, even as he acknowledged it violates the rights of Muslim women and has cruel and dehumanizing...

Should a bullying comedy routine be illegal? Canada’s high court may decide. | The Christian Science Monitor

Published: 6Apr2021

April 1, 2021 | Max Bell Professor Pearl Eliadis is quoted in this article, which takes a look at the recent Supreme Court case against comedian Mike Ward, and the consequences of a joke he made...

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