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Current Publications: Law, justice and rights: Current Issues in ...

1 Introduction. Individuals living with mental health problems or illnesses are
highly over-represented in the criminal justice system.1 Mental disorders among
inmates in the federal correctional system are up to three times as common as in
the Canadian population at large.2. This paper describes the procedural and
legal ...

Sélection : Work for All - Still Waiting for Justice par Nadine Valcin ...

This short documentary is about an Aboriginal corrections officer who says he is
the victim of workplace racial harassment. He has spent the last 18 years fighting
a government institution for justice. Made as part of the Work For All project 2006,
an NFB and HRSDC-Labour initiative to combat racism in the workplace.

Howard Wheater speaks at International Court of Justice's 70th ...

Sep 20, 2016 ... The world is facing mounting tensions over competing water uses. Many of these
disputes are coming before the United Nations International Court of Justice (also
called the World Court), which celebrated its 70th anniversary in spring 2016. As
a distinguished hydrologist whose advice is increasingly ...

An inside look into Canada's military justice system – The Maple Leaf

Mar 21, 2017 ... Tags: Career | Ethic. The military justice system belongs to all of us who wear
military uniforms, and it is our collective responsibility to ensure it remains
relevant, impartial, and effective. Although military courts martial are open to
media and the public, few Canadians ever experience one first-hand.

Chapter 4: Fairness and Equity in Research Participation

Mar 2, 2015 ... The principle of Justice holds that particular individuals, groups or communities
should neither bear an unfair share of the direct burdens of participating in
research, nor should they be unfairly excluded from the potential benefits of
research participation. Inclusiveness in research and fair distribution of ...

ARCHIVED - Department of Justice Canada 1 / 4

Feb 5, 2009 ... As Minister of Justice, I will continue to work with all levels of government, our
stakeholders and the public to strengthen the security of Canadians and ensure
that they have confidence in our justice system. And as always, I will be relying
on the professionalism and expertise of the public servants of the ...

Journey to Justice Archives - NFB/blog

Nov 17, 2017 ... Discover 5 NFB films about real-life superheroes who may not have fought evil
extraterrestrials or wrathful gods, but have made it their mission to serve the
innocent or the less fortunate and push boundaries in their own, valiant way.

The Honourable Sheilah Martin's questionnaire

Dec 21, 2017 ... Judicial Experience (if applicable). (Include all dates of appointment). Justice of
the Courts of Appeal for Alberta, Northwest Territories and Nunavut, 2016 to
present; Deputy Judge for Supreme Court of Yukon, 2009 to present; Justice of
the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta, 2005 to 2016 ...

Justice | At home

Apr 3, 2013 ... For today's post we matched the Vancouver film, “A Model Person” with The
Centre of Research, Policy & Program Development at the John Howard Society
of Ontario. The Centre engages in research which contributes to the evidence-
based literature in the criminal and social justice fields, policy analysis ...

The Justice Institute of British Columbia [Civil Institution]

A single circle is representative of the work of the Justice Institute in several ways:
the circle of justice, including the use of the circle when practicing restorative
justice; the circle of response to personal or natural crises by all of the agencies
represented at the Justice Institute; and the unity of approach by, and
collaboration ...

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