Charles D. Gonthier Research Fellowship I 2020-2021 Recipient: Tenzin Butsang Video Presentation
Watch the video presentation of Tenzin Butsang’s project entitled “Kijibashik – Turn it Around: Stories About Motherhood from Previously Incarcerated Indigenous Mothers in Ontario.”
Video made for CIAJ’s 45th Annual Conference on Indigenous Peoples and the Law (November 17-19, 2021 in Vancouver and Online)
About Tenzin Butsang
Tenzin Butsang is interested in understanding the intersections between health inequity and the criminal justice system through community-led research.
She received a Bachelor of Science from the University of British Columbia in 2017 and recently completed a Master of Public Health in Indigenous Health at the University of Toronto, where she will be undertaking a PhD in Social and Behavioural Health Sciences.
Tenzin would like to thank her community partners, mentors, and colleagues for their invaluable guidance on this project and beyond.
About the Charles D. Gonthier Research Fellowship
CIAJ provides funds for the Charles D. Gonthier Research Fellowship, named in honour of the late Mr. Justice Charles D. Gonthier of the Supreme Court of Canada, a former President of CIAJ. The $7,500 Fellowship was created in 2001 and supports research in relation to the topic of the annual conference. Learn more about it here.
2021 I 45th Annual Conference on Indigenous Peoples and the Law (November 17-19, 2021)