Human rights

Behind closed doors, Ontario legal clinics face high-pressure negotiations amid provincial plan

Behind closed doors, Ontario legal clinics face high-pressure negotiations amid provincial plan

Ontario’s legal aid plan shifts the power behind the scenes, law professors say

LSO human rights events raise concerns about overreach, say some readers

LSO human rights events raise concerns about overreach, say some readers

Human rights support surprisingly controversial for others

Alex Neve, secretary general of Amnesty International Canada, bows out after two decades

Alex Neve, secretary general of Amnesty International Canada, bows out after two decades

Neve has helped in more than 40 delegations to 20 countries

LSO event explores nuances of supporting human rights abroad

LSO event explores nuances of supporting human rights abroad

2020’s International Day of the Endangered Lawyer focused on lawyers in Pakistan

Law professor Ardi Imseis joins UN commission investigating Yemen civil war human rights violations

Law professor Ardi Imseis joins UN commission investigating Yemen civil war human rights violations

Before joining Queen’s Law, Imseis worked for the UN for 12 years

Environmental lawyers seek amendments to Clean Water Act

Environmental lawyers seek amendments to Clean Water Act

The lack of reforms poses threats to Indigenous communities and users of private wells, says CELA