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Congress 2019 Presentations

100 Years of Criminal Justice: Learning from the past, building the future

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Full Congress Program

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Keynote Remarks / Discours Principal

Anne Kelly

Commissioner / Commissaire

Correctional Service Canada / Service correctionnel du Canada

Speech: English / French

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Block B


Education REBOOT: Increasing Access to Post-Secondary and Career Options for Non-Graduating Youth

Presenters: Presenters: Carla Hotel, Faculty of Criminology and Legal Studies Department at Douglas College and Danielle Quigley, Faculty of Psychology Department at Douglas College.

Presentation: “Education REBOOT”

Friday, November 8, 2019

Block C


How Do You Repair Judicial Errors?

Presenter: Dr. Myles Frederick McLellan

Presentation: Innocence Compensation: the Success Rate of Actions for Breach of Charter Rights

Block E


Springboard Community Learning HUB: a Digital Solution for Addressing Harm-Prevention/Health-Promotion Needs of Justice Involved and At Risk Youth

Presenters: Margaret Stanowski, Executive Director at Springboard and Alison Burkett, manager, HUB, at Springboard.

Presentation: “Springboard Community Learning HUB”

Plenary Speaker

Learning from the Past, building the future?

Presenter: Senator Kim Pate, Independent Senator for Ontario, Territory of the Algonquin Anishinabeg

Presentation: “Bill C-83, MMPs, Pardons, Record Suspensions: End the Empty Promises”

Remarks by Right Honorable Richard Wagner, C.P., Chief Justice of Canada

Saturday, November 9, 2019

Block F


Equity, Race and Gender in Criminal Justice Practices

Presenter: Dr. Esmorie Miller

Presentation: Rebranding surveillance as social justice – The case of Black, Racialised minorities youth

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