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.
Conference Steering Committee: Kathleen Mahoney, Sharon Mascher, Phil Fontaine, Robert Hamilton, Nigel Bankes, Aaron Marr Page, Michelle Davis, Rajvir Gil, Penny Jacko.
NOVEMBER 10-12, 2018
Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity
107 Tunnel Mountain Dr, Banff, AB T1L 1H5
Early Bird Registration DeadLine: october 1, 2018
Regular Registration: october 2, 2018 to november 10, 2018
Corporate/Professional/Academic: $555.00 CAD (Early Bird); $630.00 CAD (Regular)
Regular Registrant: $399.00 CAD (Early Bird); $475.00 CAD (Regular)
Student: $100.00 CAD (Early Bird); $150.00 CAD (Regular)
* Please note that a limited number of scholarships to cover the cost of registration fees will be available. Please contact Penny Jacko at email@example.com or Michelle Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
Registration includes: Breakfast, Lunch, morning and afternoon break refreshments, premade reservations for dine around on November 10th.
REGISTRATION IS now OPEN
We hope you will join us for this groundbreaking conference