New Digital Guide: Migrants Know Your Rights Ontario's Emergency COVID ID Requirement

Thursday, May 28, 2020

The IHRP released a new digital guide: Migrants Know Your Rights Ontario's Emergency COVID ID Requirement, along with No One is Illegal Toronto, Butterfly (Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Support Network), and the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty.

A Resounding Win for Corporate Accountability at the SCC! Nevsun v. Araya Ruling Released

Monday, March 2, 2020

On February 28, 2020, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in Nevsun Resources v Araya et al. The plaintiffs in this case are Eritrean refugees seeking to hold Vancouver-based mining company Nevsun Resources Ltd.

November Issue of Rights Review

Friday, November 29, 2019
IHRP Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) Working Group

The final issue of Rights Review for 2019 is now available! 

Abdullah Khan (1L) had the opportunity to sit down for an exciting interview with IHRP Alumna Ashley Major. Ashley shared her journey to law school, her interests while studying at the Faculty of Law, and her post-graduate experience. She also provided insight into her research on the Yazidi Genocide. 

October Issue of Rights Review

Thursday, October 31, 2019
Map displaying the 2019 IHRP Summer Fellowships

The October issue of Rights Review features stories from some of our 2019 summer fellows, who worked with a variety of organizations around the world. They share their most memorable moments, challenges they faced, and advice they would offer students considering an IHRP fellowship.

With contributions from Adil Munim (3L), Isaac Gazendam (2L), Joshua Eisen (2L), Liam Turnbull (2L), Michelle LaFortune (2L), Spencer Nestico-Semianiw (2L), and Teodora Pasca (2L).

September Issue of Rights Review

Wednesday, September 25, 2019
The Toronto team presenting during the DVC Summit, hosted at The University of Hong Kong’s Faculty of Law

We’re thrilled to share our first issue of Rights Review for the 2019-2020 academic year! 

Amitpal Singh (2L) and Milica Pavlovic (2L) detail the work of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law’s chapter of the Digital Verification Corps (DVC). They share their experience conducting research and presenting their findings with their team at the third annual DVC Summit at the University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law.