Indigenous Peoples and Canadian Law - JUST 2102

This course explores the fundamental principles that inform traditional Indigenous North American justice systems and how these principles compare to values underpinning the settler-colonial Canadian justice system. Students will consider how incorporating traditional Indigenous practices into Canada's justice system reflects that Canada is a multi-juridical nation. Students will also explore the challenges and resistances that arise in this work.

Note: Prerequisites: INST 2000 OR (JUST 1101 and JUST 1102) Restricted to Indigenous Studies and Justice

Term Duration Schedule Class Section Open Studies


Fall Sep. 3 - Dec. 20, 2024 Mon: 11:00 am - 02:00 pm
41219 A01 No
Fall Sep. 3 - Dec. 20, 2024 Wed: 03:30 - 06:30 pm
41220 A02 No

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