A discussion on the effects of Canada’s AntiTerrorism legislation with Faisal Bhabha an Associate Professor of Law at Osgoode Hall Law School and human rights lawyer Yavar Hameed cover some of the wide ranging implications of Canada’s anti-terror laws with lawyer Joshua Prowse.
This discussion took place days after the Parliament Hill shootings in October 2014 an antecedent to the introduction of Bill C-51 eventually given royal assent and became the Canadian Anti-Terror Act 2016.
Professor Faisal Bhabha (Osgoode Law) & human rights lawyer Yavar Hameed W Joshua Prowse Part 1 Recorded Oct 27 2014
Part Two Here and Part Three with Yavar Hameed Here
Part two of the series AntiTerrorism Faisal Bhabha Associate Professor of Law at Osgoode Hall Law School and human rights lawyer Yavar Hameed revisit and expand on the wide ranging implications of Canada’s anti-terror laws with lawyer Joshua Prowse on one month after Anti-Terrorism Act 2015 was introduced in Parliament.
Human rights lawyer Yavar Hameed & Professor Faisal Bhabha W Joshua Prowse Recorded Feb 9 2015
Part One Here and Part Three Here
Part three of the series AntiTerrorism front line legal advocate Anushka Nagji and lawyer Fathima Cader discuss the variety of implications the Anti-Terrorism Act 2015 has for racialized communities in Canada on March 23 2015
Public interest lawyer Fathima Cader W front line legal advocate Anushka Nagji Pt 1 Recorded March 23 2015
Part 2 recorded on Nov 14 2016 here
Zool Suleman’s remarks on targeting of Muslims by Anti-Terror Laws on March 24th 2015
Immigration lawyer Zool Suleman on C-51 Panel at SFU Recorded March 24 2015.