Moving Towards Justice: Legal Traditions and Aboriginal and Canadian Justice
March 1-3, 2006
The First Nations University of Canada and the Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy are pleased to announce that registration is now open for Moving Towards Justice: Legal Traditions and Aboriginal and Canadian Justice, the national conference on the challenges and issues of Aboriginal justice.
Discussion papers will be presented by Canadian scholars on topics such as “Responding to Offending: Prosecution Policy and Restorative Justice”, “Building Social Inclusion and Social Order”, “Indigenous Legal Traditions”, “Constitutionalism and Aboriginal Justice”. In addition, nationally recognized speakers such as Professor Brian Slattery--Osgoode Hall Law School, Robert G. Yazzie--Chief Justice Emeritus, Navajo Nation, and John Borrows--Professor and Law Foundation Chair of Aboriginal Justice and Governance, University of Victoria will share their knowledge.
The conference agenda and further details can be found at:
Registrations must be received by February 24, 2006. Conference fees include meal and event materials only, and do not include hotel accommodation. Registration forms can be downloaded or brochures can be mailed out upon request.
Please contact SIPP at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (306) 585-5869 with any questions.
Junior Research Officer
Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy
2nd Floor, Gallery Building
University of Regina
Regina, SK S4S 0A2
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