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John and Mary Yaremko Forum on Multiculturalism and Human Rights: Student Symposium on Women's Human Rights: March 6, 2009

Participants

Workshops

Keri Bennett

Family Responsibilities Discrimination in the Americas: Transformative Potential of the Human Rights Claim. [abstract]

Candice Telfer

Intersectionality as the Missing Link to Substantive Equality. [abstract]

Milton Castelen

Women’s Rights, Reproductive Health Rights and Public Health Considerations in Decriminalizing Abortion in the Republic Suriname. [abstract]

Paper Presentations

Cara Davies

Stereotyping and the New Women-protective Antiabortion Movement.
[abstract] [paper]

Erin Hallock

Gender Stereotypes and Canadian Immigration: An Analysis of Baker v. Canada in Light of Article 5(a) of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women. [abstract] [paper]

Zannah Johnston

Decisions of the CEDAW Committee: Lack of Consistency in Admissibility Decisions. [abstract] [paper]

Shayan Shaffie

Stereotyping as Institution: On Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins and the Socio-Structural Roots of Gender Discrimination. [abstract] [paper]

Jennifer Simpson

Stereotyping Sex Workers: S.v Jordan and others. [paper]

Anaïs Tobalagba

Mississippi University for Women v. Hogan, 458 U.S. 718 (1982) per Justice O’Connor (United States, Supreme Court): a case revisited under CEDAW. [abstract] [paper]

 

The Women’s Human Rights Resources Programme thanks John and Mary Yaremko for generously funding this Symposium

 



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