Jeremy Webber, Oonagh Fitzgerald, and Pablo Ouziel reflect on how governments have elected to assert themselves during the pandemic, how citizens have responded, and what all of this could mean for constitutionalism and democracy.
Professor, University of Victoria
Dr. Oonagh Fitzgerald is an international lawyer, artist and choreographer, Senior Fellow with the Human Rights Research and Education Centre, a Director of the International Law Association of Canada, Co-chair of the Canadian Environmental Domestic Advisory Group under the CETA, and studying in the Individualized PhD in Fine Arts Program at Concordia University.
Visiting Postdoctoral Scholar, University of Victoria
April 29, 2022, 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
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