COVID-19 and Human Rights 

Jun. 17, 2020
Online

 CBA Law Series

COVID-19 AND HUMAN RIGHTS

Presented by the Constitutional & Human Rights Section, the Administrative Law Section and the Labour & Employment Section

2:00pm-3:30pm Eastern Time


Employers, landlords and service providers across Canada are making difficult decisions about their employees, tenancies and services in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. These include how to maintain safe and healthy workplaces, tenancy living spaces and service delivery models. What are the human rights law implications in all of this? In this webinar, our presenters will discuss some of the most pressing statutory human rights issues raised in the context of the pandemic.

 

Presenters


 

Kasari Govender, BC Human Rights Commission, Vancouver, BC   
Kasari Govender
BC Human Rights
Commission
(Vancouver, BC)
Trudo Lemmens, University of Toronto Faculty of Law, Toronto, ON    
Trudo Lemmens
    University of Toronto 
Faculty of Law
(Toronto, ON)
Adrian Miedema, Dentons Canada LLP. Toronto, ON 
Adrian Miedema
      Dentons Canada LLP
(Toronto, ON)
Benjamin Ries, Downtown Legal Services, University of Toronto Faculty of Law, Toronto, ON 
Benjamin Ries
 Downtown Legal Services
University of Toronto
Faculty of Law
(Toronto, ON)

 

 

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    DATE & TIME
    Jun 17, 2020
    2:00pm-3:30pm Eastern Time

    FORMAT
    Webinar

    COST
    CBA members: $70
    Non-members: $125
    Plus applicable taxes

    This is the 2nd webinar in the Rights and Freedoms in Pandemic Times online presentation. You can purchase the full program at a package rate.

    Registrants will receive an on-demand recording following the webcast.

 

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