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Beyond “crimes of insolidarity”: Considerations for a transition based on economic and social rights
Critique and Transformative Alternatives: Re-imagining Futures Within and Beyond the Global Pandemic
The Canada Association for the Study of International Development welcomed keynote speaker Dr. Jayati Ghosh at Congress 2022, presenting “Critique and Transformative Alternatives: Re-imagining Futures Within and Beyond the Global Pandemic.”
Beyond ‘crimes of insolidarity’: Considerations for a transition based on economic and social rights
Can we ensure social and economic rights as we rebuild from the COVID-19 pandemic? That’s what Dr. Christine Vézina, Law Professor at Laval University, thinks.
Among the 38 academic associations hosting conferences as part of Congress 2022 is the Canadian Association for Translation Studies. One CATS scholar will present research on the impact of translation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Unpacking the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on food insecurity and health inequalities in the City of Toronto
Dr. Edge (SE) and J. Regnier-Davies (JRD) have conducted a research project focused on understanding how COVID-19 is exacerbating food insecurity and health inequalities in the City of Toronto. This includes assessing emergency response preparedness...
We’re not all in this together: What we can learn from the pandemic response, disability, and social stratification
Guest blog by Dr. Michelle Maroto, Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Alberta
This past year, policymakers and educators have scrambled to put online learning and radically altered classroom learning protocols in place. How have parents, students, and educators been impacted by these changes? What lessons can we find to guide...
Congress 2021 blog edition The sixth Big Thinking session at Congress, “Everything is Connected: Environment, Economy, Foreign Policy, Sustainability, Human Rights, and Leadership in the 21st Century,” was proud to feature Sheila Watt-Cloutier, a...
Congress 2021 blog edition Although – hopefully – most of us do not consciously or intentionally work to perpetuate inequality in the world, odds are that most of us at least sometimes say or do things that preclude diversity and exclude the ‘other.’...