Fragile Freedoms: First Nations and human rights
John Burrows will give his lecture, First Nations and human rights, on February 17 as part of the Fragile Freedoms lecture series hosted by the U of M’s Centre for Professional and Applied Ethics, and the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
Burrows was originally slated to speak on Jan. 20, but that lecture was cancelled due to illness.
John Burrows is a member of Ontario’s Chippewas of Nawash First Nation and Anishinaabe, and he is a leading scholar and teacher in Indigenous, constitutional, and environmental law. He has written and spoken widely on such issues as Aboriginal legal rights and traditions, treaties and land claims, and religion and the law. He is currently a member of the faculty of law of both the University of Minnesota and the University of Victoria.
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John Burrows: First Nations and human rights
Date: February 17, 2014
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: Canadian Museum for Human Rights