The Jack & Mae Nathanson Centre for the Study of Transnational Human Rights, Crime and Security

Poetry, music and dancing tell story of DR Congo at conference

Learn more about the heart of Africa through poetry, music, dancing and storytelling at the fifth annual How much do you know about the DR Congo? conference Friday. The conference will take place March 23, from noon to 6pm, at 152 Founders Assembly Hall, Founders College, Keele campus. It is hosted by H20Congo, a non-governmental […]

Award-winning film examines discrimination

In commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of Racism, the Centre for Human Rights – in collaboration with the York United Black Students’ Alliance (YUBSA) – is screening the documentary film Colour Me. The screening will take place Wednesday, March 21 at 280N York Lanes, Keele campus. A light lunch will be served starting at […]

Three-way legal philosophy partnership between Osgoode, York and McMaster promises new research collaborations

Yorks's Osgoode Hall Law School and the departments of philosophy at York and McMaster University have recently joined forces to facilitate academic collaborations in the field of legal philosophy. The Ontario Legal Philosophy Partnership (OLPP), which celebrates its founding with a launch reception on Friday, May 13 in the Great Hall of McMaster’s University Club, is the […]

Osgoode faculty discuss global legal challenges in India

Eight faculty members of York’s Osgoode Hall Law School recently visited India, where they continued a conversation with their counterparts that began last year on governance in a rapidly globalizing world and the impact on social justice, human rights, international trade and foreign investment, and environmental law. Right: Professor Sanjeev Purshotam Sahni (left), head of […]

Two Osgoode Hall Law School professors receive prestigious fellowships

Osgoode Hall Law School Professors Craig Scott and Stepan Wood have each been awarded prestigious fellowships at European institutions. Scott, who is the director of Osgoode’s Jack & Mae Nathanson Centre on Transnational Human Rights, Crime & Security, has been awarded a 2010 Ikerbasque Fellowship by the Bacsque Foundation for Sience. The foundation is a granting agency […]