The Nathanson Blog
Our blog offers news and updates from the Nathanson Centre, including recaps of recent events, announcements of publications by Centre-affiliated researchers and other dispatches on transnational legal issues.
Osgoode project keeps an eye on Canadian mining companies abroad
CBC’s The Current with Matt Galloway and Osgoode Hall Law School Professor Palma Paciocco
ADDRESSING THE SUSTAINABILITY IMPACTS OF CORPORATIONS
Transnational Human Rights Review
The Transnational Human Rights Review (THR) is a scholarly journal focused on the promotion and protection of human rights in jurisdictions around the globe. THR is published through a collaboration between the Nathanson Centre and the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies in Abuja, Nigeria. Led by a team of highly regarded international scholars and jurists, THR welcomes scholarly articles that examine human rights from a transnational perspective or that engage with questions of human rights normativity and practices. You can learn more about THR, including the journal’s submission criteria and peer review process, in the Digital Commons of Osgoode Hall Law School.
Citizenship Deprivation as an Act of Persecution: Case Study of the Assam Citizen Exercise as a Precursor to a Nation-Wide Determination of Citizenship.
Explores reasons for defining India’s citizenship practices, now modified through the Citizenship Amendment Act 2019 as “persecutory.”
Transformative Constitutions and Constitutionalism: A New Theory and School of Jurisprudence from the Global South?
Using Kenya as a case study, explores critical elements of transformative constitutions as well as the development of the jurisprudence emerging from these constitutions.
Protection of Victim-Witnesses of Human Rights Violations in Criminal Prosecutions in Nigeria
Highlights a lack of information about witness protection practices in prosecutions involving human rights violations in Nigeria and proposes a system to facilitate the protection of victim-witnesses testifying against perpetrators of human rights violations.