Amidst growing calls for a national inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women in Canada, York University’s Osgoode Hall Law School will be hosting a discussion on what form such an inquiry should take with BCCLA Executive Director David Eby and Robyn Gervais, the Inquiry’s Independent Counsel for Aboriginal Interests, on Monday, December 3. Mr. Eby and Ms. Gervais will offer insight based on their experiences with the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry (MWCI).
Mr. Eby and Ms. Gervais will discuss the controversy surrounding the Missing Women’s Commission of Inquiry and comment on lessons that may be used to craft a meaningful process to address the systemic discrimination and violence that Aboriginal women continue to face.
Distinguished Speaker Series Organizing Committee of Osgoode Hall
Osgoode Indigenous Students Association
Osgoode Women’s Caucus