Dr. Kent Roach on The Residential Schools and Canadian Law


At this year’s IdeaLaw Conference, Professor Kent Roach argued that the ongoing failures of Canadian Law to re-imaginatively adapt itself to address the injustices of the residential schools and its legacies continues to be a major inhibitor to reconciliation. The residential schools legacy provide constitutional experts and lawyers, argued Roach, with a case in point in the systematic failure to protect Aboriginal language, Aboriginal rights, culture, language, family and the fair legal indemnity for the abuses and loss of culture. Click here for the blog entry.

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