Diversity and Rights: The Evolution of Pluralism

Niha Shahzad Canada is often lauded by other countries for its policies on equality and diversity. In 1986, the UN even awarded the Nansen Award to the people of Canada for their constant contribution to the cause of refugees, the only time the award was given to a nation. But the panel on equity and […]

Hate Speech, Cyber Space, and Trump: A GDPP Roundtable

Niha Shahzad On October 30, the Gender, Diversity and Public Policy Initiative (GDPP) struck a chord with students at the University of Toronto during their roundtable talk on free speech and hate speech policies. At this event, participants discussed policies and recent events that have sparked outrage throughout North America. Roundtable participants discussed President Donald […]