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Foundational Concepts in Equality and Policy – Feminist Law Reform 101 – National Association of Women and the Law
Feminist Law Reform 101

Foundational Concepts in Equality and Policy

Videos

  1. 1. What does a systemic equality analysis require?

    Martha Jackman, Law Professor, University of Ottawa Faculty of Law. In Julie Shugarman, Martha Jackman Eds., Online Feminist Law Reform Course, (Ottawa: NAWL Charitable Trust, 2014).

  2. 2. Equality requires an analysis of “effects”

    Martha Jackman, Law Professor, University of Ottawa Faculty of Law. In Julie Shugarman, Martha Jackman Eds., Online Feminist Law Reform Course, (Ottawa: NAWL Charitable Trust, 2014).

  3. 3. The role of economic policy in advancing women’s equality

    Kate McInturff, Senior Researcher, Canadian Center for Policy Alternatives. In Julie Shugarman, Martha Jackman Eds., Online Feminist Law Reform Course, (Ottawa: NAWL Charitable Trust, 2014).

  4. 4. What is a substantive equality analysis?

    Sheila McIntyre, Equality rights lawyer and legal activist. In Julie Shugarman, Martha Jackman Eds., Online Feminist Law Reform Course, (Ottawa: NAWL Charitable Trust, 2014).

  5. 5. The substantive equality project for law

    Sheila McIntyre, Equality rights lawyer and legal activist. In Julie Shugarman, Martha Jackman Eds., Online Feminist Law Reform Course, (Ottawa: NAWL Charitable Trust, 2014).

  6. 6. What is intersectionality

    Natasha Bakht, Associate Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. In Julie Shugarman, Martha Jackman Eds., Online Feminist Law Reform Course, (Ottawa: NAWL Charitable Trust, 2014).

  7. 7. How do women’s equality and religious freedom intersect?

    Natasha Bakht, Associate Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. In Julie Shugarman, Martha Jackman Eds., Online Feminist Law Reform Course, (Ottawa: NAWL Charitable Trust, 2014).

  8. 8. Listen to and believe women

    Natasha Bakht, Associate Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. In Julie Shugarman, Martha Jackman Eds., Online Feminist Law Reform Course, (Ottawa: NAWL Charitable Trust, 2014).

Questions and Assignments

  1. Can you think of any Canadian laws or policies that currently contribute to systemic inequality? What might a substantive equality analysis require with respect to these laws or policies? 

  2. What kinds of questions should we be asking with respect to women’s poverty in Canada?

  3. What is the role of “intention” in the context of Charter equality law?