Charles D. Gonthier Research Fellowship I 2022 Recipient: Lauren Cavallier Video Presentation, in French (19:04)
Watch the video presentation of Lauren Cavallier’s project (in French) entitled “La dignité autochtone au sein du système de santé québécois” (Indigenous Dignity in the Quebec Health Care System).
Video made for CIAJ’s 46th Annual Conference on The Right to Dignity in Canadian Law (October 26-28, 2022 in Halifax and Online)
About Lauren Cavallier
Lauren Cavallier is a doctoral student at the Université de Sherbrooke Faculty of Law. She received her graduate diploma from the same Faculty with a thesis entitled “Entre rencontre juridique et acculturation préjudiciable : le rôle des interactions juridiques entre les systèmes autochtones et européens dans le processus de reconnaissance du droit des sociétés autochtones, 1663-1851” (Between Legal Encounter and Harmful Acculturation: The Role of Legal Interactions between Indigenous and European Systems in the Process of Recognizing the Law of Indigenous Societies, 1663–1851). Her current research project focuses on Indigenous Governance in Canada, and more precisely on the different possible interfaces between Indigenous and Canadian governance. The purpose of this project is to shed light on the effectiveness and efficiency of processes affiliated with Indigenous governance.
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.
2022 I 46th Annual Conference on The Right to Dignity in Canadian Law (October 26-28, 2022)