Sessions@Schulich - Race and Colour as a sadly persistent concern in Human Rights Litigation

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Event date: 
Monday, November 9, 2015 - 17:00
Name of Organization: 
Schulich School of Law
Location: 
Room TBA, Weldon Law Building, Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University, 6061 University Avenue, Halifax, NS

Race and Colour as a sadly persistent concern in Human Rights Litigation 

This session will discuss how discrimination based on race and colour continues to challenge the public policy objectives of human rights legislation in Nova Scotia and Canada – to educate about, discourage, and eliminate the practice of discrimination against visible minority communities. 

Board of Inquiry Chairs Donald C. Murray QC, and Kathryn Raymond will be joined by the NS Human Rights Commission’s outside counsel, Ann Smith QC.

To register, please email cherilyn.macintosh@dal.ca with "November Sessions" in the subject line.