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Matas Law Society Forum – Women Advocating for Human Rights in Canada and Beyond

Women Advocating for Human Rights in Canada and Beyond March 29, 2023 | 12:00-1:00 p.m. Eastern Time | Virtual and In Person Stay tuned for location. The Honourable Renee M. Pomerance, Ontario Superior Court of Justice Linda Silver Dranoff, C.M., LSM, Lawyer, Writer and Activist Join your Matas Law Society peers to celebrate International Women’s

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Interview with Sam Goldstein about McGill University’s Student Union’s BDS policy

      Sam Goldstein, Director of Legal Affairs for B’Nai Brith Canada remarks on how McGill University’s Student Union (Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions Movement) BDSM vote has made Jewish students on campus feel unsafe and unwelcome, in this interview on IHeart Radio. CLICK HERE to play the interview.

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Minority Rights to Participate in Governance: The Hart Act of 1832 and Why It Matters Today

  Discover how the Hart Act of 1832 laid the foundation for emancipation, enfranchisement and the right of citizenry to participate in government and its operations, and why that matters today. The Hart Act represents the first true recognition of minority rights to participate in governance in Canada. Specifically, it enfranchised Jews to hold any

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Extradition & Deportation Law in Canada

Analyzing Difficulties with Deporting and Extraditing Nazis and Terrorists Effective extradition and deportation laws are necessary to bring terrorists and war criminals to justice. As well, they are needed to protect the health and welfare of peoples of all states by combating and discouraging, through international co-operation, serious international and transnational crimes. How effective are

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