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- “There was no justice, there was just a legal outcome”: Nightwood Theatre (Toronto) production of GRACE by Jane Doe
IFLS colleagues wrote to me with the idea that IFLS folk might be interested in this play (on in Toronto in January). Thanks to Profs. Mosher and Paccioco for the suggestion! The tagline for the production is “There was no justice, there was just a legal outcome”. Grace Written by Jane Doe, Direct … Read more »
- Catherine Hernandez, Author of Scarborough, in conversation @ Osgoode January 23 1230
RSVP pls if you plan to join us! JANUARY 23, 2019 1230 in Room 1014 Helliwell Centre IKB “Building Community, Accessing Justice: In Conversation with Catherine Hernandez” Scarborough: a novel is published by Arsenal Pulp Press, (you can order a copy from them for 17.95$ – there’s a nice excerpt onli … Read more »
- Three Critical Feminist Takes on #metoo: Further reading, references and questions
Thanks to the crowd who came out for this IFLS panel on Thursday November 22. As promised, I have collected references from the three presenters here, and have also tried to set out the questions that the audience raised at the end of the panel. Prof. Brenda Cossman The paper on which the talk was … … Read more »
- Coerced Sterilization
You may have already been reading / listening about the class action lawsuit proposed against Saskatchewan (inter alia) for the coerced sterilization of Indigenous women in that province. If not, see here (or listen). As framed by lawyer Alisa Lombard and 2 Indigenous women claimants, the suit w … Read more »
- Active Bystander Training offered at Osgoode Monday November 19 2018 430PM
via OSPSN: The Osgoode Survivor Peer Support Network (OSPSN) will be hosting Facilitator Karlene Moore from the Toronto Rape Crisis Centre for active bystander training on MONDAY November 19th from 4:30-5:30 pm in the Moot Court. All students are welcome, but 1Ls in particular are strongly encoura … Read more »
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