CARL U of T Film Screening & Discussion

Lunchtime Film Screening and Discussion by CARL U of T. A 50-60 minute film screening followed by a discussion period to give students the opportunity to discuss their reactions to the film and further explore issues of refugee and immigration law.

Winter Semester Meeting

Briefing students on the working group leaders' activities over the last month, discussing next steps on the immigration detention project, and doing a workshop on how to use plain-language

Prof. Audrey Macklin's research on Canada's private refugee sponsorship program profiled in U of T Magazine

Thursday, October 3, 2019

A feature article in U of T Magazine profiles Prof. Audrey Macklin's research on Canada's groundbreaking private refugee sponsorship program ("The Power of Good Intentions: Canada’s program of private refugee sponsorship has been held up as a model for the world. Could it be even better?", October 2, 2019).

When she was named a 2017 Trudeau Fellow, Macklin’s research question was: How does the process of helping refugees become citizens transform the citizenship of sponsors?

Listen to Prof. Audrey Macklin interviewed on CBC radio's The Sunday Edition about immigration and asylum-seekers

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Prof. Audrey MacklinOn CBC Radio's program The Sunday Edition, host Michael Enright conducted an extensive interview with Prof. Audrey Macklin, Chair in Human Rights, regarding perceptions about the issue of immigration and asylum-seekers in Canada.

Prof. Audrey Macklin writes "'Jihadi Jack' and the folly of revoking citizenship"

Friday, August 23, 2019

Republished from The Conversation.

By Audrey Macklin

The British government has just stripped Islamic State recruit Jack Letts of his United Kingdom citizenship.

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