Speaking Out on Human Rights: Debating Canada's Human Rights System Paperback – May 1 2014
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"To my knowledge, this is the only book of its kind to be published in Canada and provides essential information for balanced and informed discussions of human rights commissions and tribunals in our country." Sarah Lugtig, Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba
A truly impressive work. There is simply nothing that compares in providing this kind of overview of human rights legislation in Canada.” Paul Champ, Champ and Associates
Pearl Eliadis’ book is the leading reference text on human rights law in Canada. It is comprehensive in its review of the law and, at the same time, it is an engaging narrative that explores the most divisive human rights issues in the country, It is an
About the Author
Pearl Eliadis is a Montreal-based lawyer and lecturer. She has worked with human rights systems in six countries, including Canada. Eliadis teaches civil liberties at McGill University and is president of the Quebec Bar Association's Advisory Committee on Human Rights.
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