A seminar course on the human right to drinking water and sanitation was offered in fall 2017. Check out our podcasts and written summaries.
If you’re a teacher planning lessons for the upcoming school year, consider inviting a law student to talk to your class about human rights. Our presentations help teachers fulfil curriculum requirements related to: social studies, especially with respect to First Nations history global issues law
A national human rights conference in Ottawa this week features two University of Manitoba law professors. Prof. Brenda Gunn has been speaking about the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) since at least 2010 but recently she has been flooded with requests to explain what it means
The University of Manitoba’s 4th annual H2O First Nation drinking and wastewater research conference was held on June 1-2, 2017. See conference presentations.
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