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ICJ Canada would like to invite you to attend the Canada 150 Conference on Innovation and Globalization. This conference aims to facilitate the networking and collaboration necessary to develope creative solutions to existing and imminent challenges as well as strategies to identify and capitalize on new opportunities. It will take place on November 29 to December 1 at the Global Centre for Pluralism at 330 Sussex Drive in Ottawa. This three day conference is being hosted in co-operation with the University of Ottawa with ICJ Canada President Errol Mendes acting as the Academic Director. 

ICJ Canada will be awarding the Tarnopolsky Award to Senator Murray Sinclair for his distinguished career and work on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission on the second day of the event. ICJ Canada members have already been invited to attend this conference for free, and everyone is welcome to register for this conference at the following link: http://trk.cp20.com/click/knajp-cb3g7x-5lpfxmd3/


You are invited to join us in Toronto for an exclusive dinner event with David MacNaughton on May 29, 2017. All proceeds from this fundraising dinner go to support ICJ Canada's work in favour of the rule of law, human rights, and judicial independence.

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International Commission of Jurists Canada is proud to partner with the Human Rights Research and Education Centre (HRREC) to host a unique national and international conference, “Realizing Rights 2017: Human Rights and Constitutionalism,” to be held from June 8-10, 2017 at the University of Ottawa.

The Conference seeks to bring together, for the first time, the full range of practitioners, scholars, and advocates working on human rights across Canada and beyond, in order to discuss challenges and opportunities for the effective realization of human rights and related constitutional and governance arrangements. This major conference coincides with Canada’s 150th anniversary, which provides a special opportunity for celebration and reflection.

To organize it, HRREC and ICJC are working in partnership with: the Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies (CASHRA), the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), the Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers (CARL), and the Interdisciplinary Research Laboratory on the Rights of the Child (LRIDE). The conference, featuring various parallel meetings, sessions, workshops, and social events of distinct character, will contribute in a significant way to the development and strengthening of the field of human rights professionals.

ICJC will be hosting a special session at the Conference to launch our book on the rule of law in 2017, and we will hold our annual members' meeting on June 7, the day before the Conference officially begins.

Registration is now open, and volunteer applications are being accepted.

We hope to see many ICJC members there!

 

In collaboration with the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa, and the Centre for International Policy Studies, University of Ottawa. 

Exploitative or forced labour, termed “modern slavery”, in supply chains is an increasingly recognized and urgent problem. Discovery of modern slavery in a company’s supply chain can seriously affect the reputations and business of companies and sectors of global manufacturing, and has devastating consequences for its victims.

A unique CPD conference featuring leading legal and policy experts discussing cutting edge issues in international interventions. An event not to miss for lawyers keen on human rights, humanitarian law, and foreign policy issues!

Accredited by the Law Society of Upper Canada for 1 Professionalism hour and 5h35min of Substantive content. Cost: $375 for full-day event, including lunch. Click here to Register today.

Thursday, 04 August 2016 15:40

Calgary, October 6: An Evening with Dick Pound

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ICJC invites you to an evening with Dick Pound, founding President of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) & the man behind the Olympics.

This dinner event will feature a talk by Mr. Pound entitled:

“After Rio… Dealing With Cheating in World Sport: A Global Corruption Challenge.”

The evening will be moderated by the President of the International Commission of Jurists (Canadian Section), Prof. Errol Mendes O.Ont, LSM.

Dick PoundOn Tuesday, June 7, you are invited to join us in Toronto for an evening featuring Dick Pound, founding President of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) & the man behind the Olympics.

At this dinner event, Mr. Pound will deliver a presentation entitled "Dealing With Cheating in Sport; A Global Corruption Challenge." The evening will be moderated by former Supreme Court of Canada Justice, the Honourable Ian Binnie.

Details: 

Tuesday, June 7, 2016
6:00 pm
University Club, 380 University Avenue
Toronto

Tickets are $275 per guest, in support of the International Commission of Jurists (Canadian Section). Charitable receipts will be provided for $200 of the cost for each individual. 

This event is now sold out.

For more information, please contact event planner Sherry Naylor at 416-368-8253 or sherry[at]naylorandassociates.com,or ICJ Canada Executive Director Janine Lesperance: janine.lesperance[at]icjcanada.org.

We hope you will join us on June 7.


Dick Pound is one of Canada’s most-recognized figures in international sport. In his distinguished career he was a two-time vice-president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), and Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) president from 1977 to 1982. He was founding president of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), created in 1999 to coordinate the fight against doping in sport. His efforts to clean up drug use in sports have made him one of the most renowned and influential leaders in sports and in business.

Pound is the author of nine books, including Inside the Olympics and Inside Dope. He is an Officer of the Order of Canada and of l’Ordre national du Québec.

We would like to invite all members of the Canadian Section of the International Commission of Jurists to an exciting conference, which will be held March 29-30, 2016 in Ottawa:

"Canada in Global Affairs: New challenges, new ways"

For this international conference, we are collaborating with the University of Ottawa, The Hague Institute for Global Justice, the Centre for International Policy Studies, and the Human Rights Research and Education Centre.

It will bring together leading national and international experts in security and state fragility, global community and just society, and reform of global institutions. They will share their perspectives on current and future challenges, and possible solutions for Canada.

Speakers include:

• The Honourable Louise Arbour, C.C., G.O.Q., Counsel, Borden, Ladner Gervais LLP; Chair, President’s International Advisory Board of the University of Ottawa
Lloyd Axworthy, former Minister of Foreign Affairs and current Chancellor, St. Paul’s University College, former President of the University of Winnipeg
Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO
Adama Dieng, United Nations Under-Secretary-General; Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on the Prevention of Genocide
• The Honourable Stéphane Dion, P.C., M.P. Minister of Foreign Affairs
Huguette Labelle, C.C., Emeritus Governor, University of Ottawa; member, President’s International Advisory Board of the University of Ottawa; former Deputy Minister, Canadian International Development Agency
Abiodun Williams, President, The Hague Institute for Global Justice
• The Honourable Kevin Rudd, Former Prime Minister of Australia
James Steinberg, Dean of the Maxwell School of Public Policy and former Deputy Secretary of State of the United States of America and member of the President’s International Advisory Board
All registrations include a dinner at the Chateau Laurier with a talk by The Right Honourable Paul Martin, former Prime Minister of Canada.

Click here to view the full conference program.

Space is limited - register online today!

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