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CHRR’s Inaugural Visiting Community Researcher: Welcoming Dr. Karlee Sapoznik Evans

The Centre for Human Rights Research’s Visiting Community Researcher Program seeks to strengthen the human rights research landscape by supporting community-based researchers, activists, practitioners, organizers, and artists. Visiting Community Researchers will have access to university resources, libraries, and administrative support to connect with community organizations, as well as university faculty,

Upcoming Events

Feb
7
Tue
9:00 am Black Legal History Matters Too:... @ New Chancellor Day Hall, Room 609, McGill
Black Legal History Matters Too:... @ New Chancellor Day Hall, Room 609, McGill
Feb 7 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Black Legal History Matters Too: Counter-Narrating Smithers v The Queen @ New Chancellor Day Hall, Room 609, McGill
In this presentation, Dr. Amar Khoday examines the Supreme Court of Canada’s unanimous 1977 decision in Smithers v The Queen. Smithers is a criminal law case that focused largely on the issue of causation and is likely taught in most if not all Canadian law faculties annually. The case arose outRead More →
5:00 pm Intro to Transformative Justice:... @ Virtual Event
Intro to Transformative Justice:... @ Virtual Event
Feb 7 @ 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Intro to Transformative Justice: Beyond Punishment & the Carceral State @ Virtual Event
About this event An introduction to the principles & practices of transformative justice & abolition for police & prison free futures. This workshop introduces participants to the core values and principles of transformative justice, centering on the most vulnerable members in our communities through a framework of community accountability isRead More →
Feb
8
Wed
12:00 pm Introduction to Community-Based ... @ Online via Zoom
Introduction to Community-Based ... @ Online via Zoom
Feb 8 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Introduction to Community-Based Research @ Online via Zoom
    Introduction to Community-Based Research with Dagen Perrott and Julie Chamberlain Join Dagen Perrott and Dr. Julie Chamberlain on February 8th for a lunchtime introduction to community-based research (CBR). This event will take place on Zoom from 12:00pm – 1:00pm. This session looks at CBR through its core principles and how theseRead More →
Feb
13
Mon
11:00 am Water Researchers Speaker Series @ Virtual Event
Water Researchers Speaker Series @ Virtual Event
Feb 13 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Water Researchers Speaker Series @ Virtual Event
If you have an interest in water sustainability issues including drinking water and sanitation, water governance, and international climate issues, this speaker series is for you! The United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) and was named the UNAI Hub for Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6: Clean Water and Sanitization, in 2018. StartingRead More →
Feb
14
Tue
11:30 am Fireside Chats: Talks on Indigen... @ Hybrid Event: Circle Room in Migizii Agamik & Zoom
Fireside Chats: Talks on Indigen... @ Hybrid Event: Circle Room in Migizii Agamik & Zoom
Feb 14 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Fireside Chats: Talks on Indigenous Knowledge @ Hybrid Event: Circle Room in Migizii Agamik & Zoom
Hosted by the Indigenous Student Centre. Fireside Chats will be in a hybrid format- the in-person portion will be in the Circle Room in Migizii Agamik (Indigenous Student Centre) on the University of Manitoba, Fort Garry campus. If a speaker is presenting over Zoom, the Circle Room will be setRead More →
Feb
15
Wed
11:00 am Children and the Right to Housin... @ Online
Children and the Right to Housin... @ Online
Feb 15 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Children and the Right to Housing: Exploring Opportunities and Challenges for Children and Families @ Online
Join the Canadian Coalition For the Rights of Children (CCRC) as we host Sahar Raza (National Right to Housing Network), Katłįà Lafferty (National Indigenous Housing Network (NIHN) Co-Chair) and Kaitlin Schwan (Women’s National Housing & Homelessness Network) as they discuss children and families’ right to housing. Panelists will talk aboutRead More →
Feb
16
Thu
12:00 pm Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion... @ Virtual Event
Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion... @ Virtual Event
Feb 16 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Addressing micro-aggressions in clinical settings is important for both our learners and our patients. Using the micro-aggressions triangle model, this workshop will explore an approach to dealing with micro-aggressions in the moment. Learning objectives:  Recognize instances of micro-aggressions in the clinical setting​ Describe the impact of micro-aggressions on clinical care ​Read More →

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