Human Rights Seminar (LAW 823.3)

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LAW 823 02 January 2016


Students will gain an understanding of contemporary debates about universalism and of the meaning of human rights in Canada with attention to political theory and international underpinnings. The concept of discrimination and the constitutional position of human rights and fundamental freedoms in Canada. Detailed analysis of the concept of equality as it is embedded in domestic anti-discrimination law and enshrined in section 15 of the Charter.


Students with credit for LAW 432 will not receive credit for this course.

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