The Conversation 2019 News Archive
June 14, 2019 —
'The clock is ticking on Canada’s chance to enact important measures against organ trafficking,' writes Professor Maria Cheung
June 7, 2019 —
'One genocide is never the same as another, and therefore a static law or a fixed concept of genocide is of little use to protect us from its horrors'
June 7, 2019 —
As many people head to their favourite festival they will do so with their mobile phone safely tucked into their pocket. But what most people don’t consider is how this will impact their experience — for better or worse.
June 5, 2019 —
In May 2019, Canada made a partial submission to the United Nations to recognize an extended continental shelf beyond 200 nautical miles in the Arctic Ocean
May 31, 2019 —
'My work in the area of Indigenous education and languages leads me to believe what is core to the concern for language support is the meanings and narratives that are reflected in language'
May 14, 2019 —
'I am an economist and the anti-vaxx movement makes me think of how a risk analysis could offer insight into the anti-vaccination decision of some parents'
May 10, 2019 —
'Poor quality clinical care due to anti-fat stigma occurs when doctors or nurses assume the stereotype holds true'
The Conversation: Lessons from the Winnipeg General Strike of 1919 have much to teach us about our future
April 26, 2019 —
A century ago, the Winnipeg General Strike shut down what was then Canada’s third-largest city