To read more about Canada’s correctional system and wrongful conviction, check out Katherine E. Todd’s article: Milgaard, the Hip, and Wrongful Conviction
Milgaard, the Hip, and Wrongful Conviction
Milgaard’s case highlighted the need for justice reform in Canada and abroad; his death serves to remind us that this type of reform still hasn’t happened.
Rules, Britannia!: A new bill on Brexit undermines international law
Amidst growing tensions between Britain and the E.U, Arjun Singh evaluates the most-recent ‘Brexit’ Bill and its implications for NATO unity.
The Internet of Things Will Be Marvelous and Frightening
The Internet of Things combined with Big Data presents a new paradigm that offers unprecedented potential for improving life, but also poses serious challenges for security, privacy, justice, and democracy.
Implementing SDG 16: Interview with International Bridges to Justice CEO & Founder, Karen Tse
Sonia Liang talks to Karen Tse about the importance of access to justice for all people.
The History of Defining Justice: How International Law Is Being Used to Right Past Wrongs
Palestine has indicated that it wants to take legal action against Britain for the 1917 Balfour Declaration that lead to the creation of Israel. As historical reparations cases become more common, what does this mean for our understanding of international justice?
The Kampala Verdict: Justice Served Part I: Justice and Security in Uganda
Demyan Plakhov analyzes the Kampala World Cup bombings that took place in 2010.
Canadian Man Detained Without Charge in the UAE
Kristyn Byrne discusses the case of Canadian Salim Alaradi detained in UAE.
EU Fact Sheet: The European Council
In Part V of this EU series, Sandra Song provides a summary of the European Council.