Le Projet eQuality et l’Institute for Feminist Legal Studies à Osgoode Hall Law School, York University,
en collaboration avec le Centre de recherche en droit, technologie et société de l’Université d’Ottawa, présentent :
Hawa Y. Mire, Nasreen Rajani, et Pam Hrick
Mardi 6 avril 2021
à 11 h 30 HE
Join us for a virtual conversation on technology-facilitated violence with Nasreen Rajani, Hawa Mire, and Pam Hrick.
Panellists will discuss the impacts of technology-facilitated violence on equality seeking groups and explore the need for multi-faceted responses grounded in experiences of intersecting systems of oppression that move beyond criminal law reform and recognize the role played by individuals, communities, governments, and industry both in fostering and responding to technology-facilitated violence.
This panel is the first in a series leading up to the “Tackling Technology Facilitated Violence” conference. Osgoode Hall Law School at York University and the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law will host this virtual conference in May 2021.
À propos des conférencières
Hawa Y. Mire is the Principal Consultant at HYMIRE Consulting. She is a proven strategic senior leader, equity consultant and community organizer with two decades of non-profit experience focused on high-impact community development. She is a critical writer, commentator, and columnist with Ricochet Media that has been featured on Macleans, Briarpatch Magazine, Metro Morning, CBC, CityTV, and Rabble among others.
Nasreen Rajani is a PhD Candidate in the Communication and Media Studies program at Carleton University. Her doctoral research examines online activism to end violence against women in Canada from an intersectional lens. She also serves as the Vice-Chair for the not-for-profit, Women’s Initiative for Safer Environments (WISE) chapter in Ottawa.
Pam Hrick is the Executive Director and General Counsel of the Women's Legal Education and Action Fund. She has long been involved in work dedicated to ending violence against women.
Cet événement sera en anglais seulement.