Events

Past Events

September 2022

Transnational Organized Crime in North America

701 South Ross Building
Co-sponsored by the department of Social Science, Criminology program and the Nathanson Centre. Seminar Topic: On December 15, 2021, US President Joseph R. Biden…Read More +

March 2022

Criminalizing Human Rights Defenders: Global Justice and the Case of Hong Kong

VIRTUAL
Speaker: Joy Luk Discussant: Professor Jamie Liew   Event description: Following massive street protests in the 2019-2020, many young human rights advocates and democratic…Read More +

Displacement of Civilians and the Efficacy of IHL

Virtual
From “Reverberating Effects” of Warfare to the Interface of Conflict and Climate Change Migration A collaboration of the Canadian Red Cross and York University’s…Read More +

February 2022

OTTAWA AND THE EMERGENCIES ACT: A BIG ROUND TABLE

Online
Sponsored by Osgoode Hall Law School and the Nathanson Centre on Transnational Human Rights, Crime and Security of York University   Moderators/Hosts:   Craig…Read More +

The Future of Iran Nuclear Deal: Economic and Security Implications for the Middle East

Virtual
ABSTRACT  The eighth round of talks on the revival of the Nuclear Deal began on the last days of 2021 in Vienna. The previous…Read More +

January 2022

Climate Change and the Right to Protest

Virtual
Climate protests and activism are increasing in Canada and other nations in response to the perceived inadequacies of governments and corporations to take climate…Read More +