National Association of Women and the Law
Promoting Canadian women’s equality through action, legal research and education.
Op-Ed. If lawyers refuse to stand up for diversity, they’re not true advocates of justice.
Speaking notes from the presentation before to the Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities (HUMA) regarding Bill C—65, An Act to amend the Canada Labour Code (harassment and violence), the parliamentary employment and Staff Relations Act and the Budget Implementation Act, 2017, no.1, delivered by Suki Beavers, Project Director of NAWL, and Martha Jackman, National Steering Committee co-chair of NAWL.
NAWL Project Staff give a workshop entitled Rebuilding Feminist Law Reform Capacities in Canada at the Law Needs Feminism Because Annual Forum at the University of Ottawa
International Women’s Day Letter Calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to enact a National Action Plan to prevent and address gender-based violence in Canada
Announcements and Events
- Forum on housing as a human right: “Le logement, un droit de la personne”
- Nhi Huynh is the second recipient of the Alison Dewar Scholarship
- Morgan Teeple Hopkins is the first recipient of the Alison Dewar Scholarship
- The Alison Dewar Scholarship in Women’s Equality, Labour and Human Rights Law
- Gendered Dissent workshop
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