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Free Webinar Series on Indigenous Peoples and the Law

2020/2021 series of six webinars on Indigenous Peoples and the Law.

A Brave New World of Judicial Review?

Advanced Judicial Seminar on Administrative Law
Online, November 26, 2020

45th Annual Conference: Indigenous Peoples and the Law

***New Dates*** Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Annual Conference is postponed to November 2021.

On-Demand: Special Webcast

Will COVID-19 Be the Catalyst We Were Waiting for to Modernize the Courts?
90-minute special webcast featuring Chief Justice Richard Wagner and Professor Richard Susskind.

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CIAJ Comment on the AFNQL Action Plan on Racism and Discrimination

On September 29th, 2020, the Assembly of First Nations Quebec-Labrador unveiled the “AFNQL Action Plan on Racism and Discrimination”. The Action Plan provides examples of concrete steps that various actors in Quebec society can take to advance reconciliation. The document supports a holistic and collective approach to end racism and discrimination against Indigenous People in…