In 1916, women across the nation rejoiced as Manitoba became the first province to grant women the right to vote. Looking back, it’s almost ludicrous…View More Ethnic Women are Full Participants in Canada
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Speaking Out on Human Rights is a powerful response to the right-wing backlash against human rights commissions and tribunals. In this readable book, lawyer and McGill…View More Why Human Rights Tribunals are Still Relevant
There has been much talk about York University’s decision to accommodate the religion-based request of a male online student to not engage in group meeting…View More It’s not about sex — it’s about the law
In any discussion about multiculturalism, pluralism or interculturalism, the question of balance between integration, or “fitting in” to the mainstream, and accommodation, or the mainstream…View More Reasonable Accommodation: What is Reasonable?