Inclusion

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‘Giving a Voice to the Voiceless’: How municipalities can better facilitate neighbourhood revitalization

Research paper by Aadil Nathani (December 2019) for upper-year Windsor Law Municipal Law course. This paper will define gentrification, then…

WINDSOR STAR: Cities and Climate Action Forum launch shows film on environmental racism

Environmental issues aren’t indiscriminate, is the message of Canadian actress Ellen Page’s debut effort as a director in There’s Something…

City of Windsor councillors declared a climate change emergency at Monday evening's council meeting, joining over 400 communities across Canada. (Katerina Georgieva/CBC)

Where are the women? Women as candidates and councillors in Canadian municipalities

Research paper by Piper Riley Thompson (December 2018) for upper-year Windsor Law Municipal Law course. Canadian women have never seen…

Laverne Jacobs: Theorizing Transportation Inequality Claims by Persons with Disabilities in Canada

In a 2018 volume of the Canadian Journal of Human Rights, Professor Laverne Jacobs published an article entitled "The Universality…

University of Windsor law professor Laverne Jacobs is organizing a series of public discussions about the barriers for disabled people. She hopes to bring those issues to light for the public. (Jason Viau/CBC)

CBC WINDSOR: Laverne Jacobs on barriers accessing services for people with disabilities

A law professor at the University of Windsor is hoping to shine a light on the rights of disabled people,…

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“They Should Be Here With Us”: Beginning with Communities to Reimagine the Role of Lawyers in Support of Systemic Change

LLM Thesis by Britney de Costa (2017), Windsor Law. This thesis explores the roles lawyers might play to support community-led…

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Laverne Jacobs: ‘Humanizing’ Disability Law

This paper examines one of the most recent and widespread cases of consultation to occur in the development of lawmaking…

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Beverly Jacobs: Stolen Sisters report on violence against Indigenous women in Canadian cities

This report, for which Beverly Jacobs was the lead researcher, examines the following factors which, too long neglected, have contributed…