Ending the cycle of repression and revenge in Canada – Kathleen Mahoney


This lecture forms part 2 of a series of 6 lectures under the banner:
Could human misery in the world be reduced by breaking the chains of repression and revenge?’

Date: 12 September, 2021

Time:  1:00pm EST, 11.00am in Calgary and 7.00pm South African Time.





Kathleen Mahoney is Professor of law at The University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, a QC, and Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, among other distinctions. She represented Bosnia Herzegovina in their genocide action in the International Court of Justice, and she was the Chief negotiator for the Assembly of First Nations for the historic Canadian Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement including the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. She was recently appointed Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights Canadian Co-Chair.



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