CPIJ organizes a panel on colonialism as genocide at the 48th CCIL Conference

By October 15, 2019Upcoming Events

The Canadian Partnership for International Justice (CPIJ) hosts a panel at the 48th Annual Conference of the Canadian Council of International Law (CCIL). Titled “Colonialism as Genocide in Slow Motion: Is International Law diverse enough to address ongoing colonial genocide ”, this panel organized and financed by CPIJ will allow to discuss the place of colonial genocide in international law in the wake of the National Inquiry’s works, and foster discussions on the active decolonization process that is needed in order to address Canada’s ongoing colonial genocide.

The panel will be moderated by coresearcher Amanda Ghahremani, Simone de Beauvoir Institute, and will bring together Catherine Savard, CPIJ cocoordinator, Prof. Fannie Lafontaine, Université Laval, Prof. Pamela Palmater, Ryerson University and Michèle Audette, commissioner on the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

The full program of the 48thCCIL Conference is available online.