November 10-12, 2018 | Banff, Alberta | Banff Centre for Arts
The conference will use the context of the historic Aguinda v. Chevron environmental case to consider the critical role of judicial remedies for violations of the rights of indigenous and other affected peoples and the leading systemic obstacles to the realization of remedies in particular cases, both in Canada and beyond
OTHER CONFERENCE ACTIVITIES:
Mini Film Festival: The mini film festival will present two documentaries on theconference themes.
Hosted Networking Opportunities: Delegates will have networking and conversationopportunities through a variety of themed tables hosted by experts attending the conference.
Poster Display: Graduate students are invited to present their research on relevant topics inposter displays. These posters could be displayed throughout the conference.
Art Display: The art show will include pieces by established and emerging indigenous artists todemonstrate how Indigenous Art challenges colonial law.