Conférence: l'accaparement des terres et la sécurité alimentaire en Afrique

5 April 2017


Université Laval- Pavillon Charles-De Koninck - Salle 3A
1030 Avenue des Sciences Humaines,

Source: Média Réseau forum

Conférencière invitée : Cécile Duclaux-Monteil, coordonnatrice de recherches au Centre d'études juridiques africaines de Genève(CEJA) et chargée d'enseignement à l'Université Senghor. Consultez sa notice biographique  [document Adobe PDF]

International Women's Day - 7 women who refuse to wait for their rights

By Rachel Crome, Digital editor at Amnesty International

If there’s one thing we learned from January’s historic Women’s March, it’s that women are fed up of waiting. More than 3 million people – of all genders – marched worldwide for women’s rights, spurred on by US President Donald Trump’s misogynistic remarks and the growing backlash against women’s human rights around the world.

Why the only First Nation in Canada to win an Aboriginal title claim is still fighting to protect their land

Monday, February 27, 2017


Date: 22 February 2017

The Tsilhqot’in Nation is breaking new ground on Indigenous self-governance and land rights but claims a mining giant says those rights have gone too far.

Chief Russell Myers-Ross says his favourite memory of Teztan Biny, or Fish Lake, is picking Labrador tea with his late mother.