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Vulnerable

The Law, Policy and Ethics of COVID-19

edited by Colleen M. Flood; Sridhar Venkatapuram; Vanessa MacDonnell; Sophie Thériault, contributions by Mona Gupta; Sam Halabi; Anis Chowdhury; Chidi Oguamanam; Lorian Hardcastle; Deborah McGregor; E. Richard Gold; Céline Castets-Renard; Linda Garcia; Amir Attaran; Michelle Giroux; Bryan Thomas; Ravi Malhotra; Matthew Herder; Olivia Lee; Mel Cappe; Yasmin Khaliq; Tim Caulfield; Kelly Bronson; Pat Armstrong; Martha Jackman; Simon Hatcher; Daniel Weinstock; Tess Sheldon; Leilani Farha; Jason Millar; Grégoire Webber; Vanessa Gruben; Jennifer A. Quaid; Paul Daly; Jane Philpott; Jennifer A. Chandler; Hugh Armstrong; Yves Le Bouthillier; Jomo Kwame Sundaram; Sarah Berger Richardson; Katherine Lippel; Aimée Craft; Katherine Fierlbeck; Jeffery Hewitt; Eleonore Fournier-Tombs; Patrick Fafard; Steven J. Hoffman; Adam R. Houston; David Robitaille; Carissima Mathen; Kaitlin Schwan; Jeremy de Beer; Kwame McKenzie; Jamie Chai Yun Liew; Martine Lagacé; Jeffrey Simpson; Alexandra Flynn; Marie-France Fortin; Louise Bélanger-Hardy; Kumanan Wilson; Teresa Scassa; Adelina Iftene; Anne Levesque; Vardit Ravitsky; Y. Y. Brandon Chen; Terry Skolnik; Ivy Bourgeault; Delphine Nakache & Jason W. Nickerson

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div ltr="" bcx7="" scxw138791074"segoe="" ui",="" "segoe="" ui="" web",="" arial,="" verdana,="" sans-serif;="" 12px;"="">p scxw138791074="" bcx7"="" paraid="1876145718" paraeid="{8d63d82c-c293-4ef5-95d5-c98003d699fe}{175}">La COVID-19 a frappé 212 pays à ce jour, sur tous les continents sauf l'Antarctique.    div ltr="" scxw138791074="" bcx7"segoe="" ui",="" "segoe="" ui="" web",="" arial,="" verdana,="" sans-serif;="" 12px;"="">p scxw138791074="" bcx7"="" paraid="1972184426" paraeid="{8d63d82c-c293-4ef5-95d5-c98003d699fe}{185}">Notre vie familiale, nos interactions sociales, le fonctionnement de nos gouvernements et les relations entre les pays ont subi de profonds changements en quelques mois. Il sera difficile de se souvenir, plus tard, de tout ce qui est arrivé. C'est pourquoi un travail de collaboration comme celui présenté dans cet ouvrage multidisciplinaire est nécessaire.   div ltr="" scxw138791074="" bcx7"segoe="" ui",="" "segoe="" ui="" web",="" arial,="" verdana,="" sans-serif;="" 12px;"="">p scxw138791074="" bcx7"="" paraid="1122064111" paraeid="{8d63d82c-c293-4ef5-95d5-c98003d699fe}{189}">Ce livre aborde les vulnérabilités et les interconnexions mises au jour par la pandémie et ses conséquences, ainsi que les actions entreprises sur les plans juridique, éthique et politique. Il examine les vulnérabilités des personnes qui ont été ou qui seront directement touchées par le virus et de celles qui sont lésées par les mesures prises pour ralentir sa propagation; les vulnérabilités exposées de nos institutions, de notre système de gouvernance et de nos structures juridiques; et les vulnérabilités dans d'autres pays, où des injustices persistantes nous nuisent à tous.     div ltr="" scxw138791074="" bcx7"segoe="" ui",="" "segoe="" ui="" web",="" arial,="" verdana,="" sans-serif;="" 12px;"="">p scxw138791074="" bcx7"="" paraid="1120765664" paraeid="{8d63d82c-c293-4ef5-95d5-c98003d699fe}{229}">Il faut espérer que la COVID-19 nous poussera à réfléchir sérieusement à notre façon de gouverner et de fixer nos priorités politiques, et nous incitera à tenir compte de tous les segments de la société, et non seulement de certains d'entre eux, lorsqu'il s'agit de nous préparer, de prendre des mesures de précaution et d'assurer la reprise des activités.  Publié en anglais avec quelques chapitres en français.

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Colleen M. Flood, FRSC, FCAHS is University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law and Policy and inaugural Director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics. Her research interests are focused on the role of law in shaping health and health care systems and the appropriate roles for the public and private sectors.

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Colleen M. Flood, FRSC, FCAHS is University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law and Policy and inaugural Director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics. Her research interests are focused on the role of law in shaping health and health care systems and the appropriate roles for the public and private sectors.

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Colleen M. Flood, FRSC, FCAHS is University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law and Policy and inaugural Director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics. Her research interests are focused on the role of law in shaping health and health care systems and the appropriate roles for the public and private sectors.

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Colleen M. Flood, FRSC, FCAHS is University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law and Policy and inaugural Director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics. Her research interests are focused on the role of law in shaping health and health care systems and the appropriate roles for the public and private sectors.

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Colleen M. Flood, FRSC, FCAHS is University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law and Policy and inaugural Director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics. Her research interests are focused on the role of law in shaping health and health care systems and the appropriate roles for the public and private sectors.

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Colleen M. Flood, FRSC, FCAHS is University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law and Policy and inaugural Director of the Ottawa Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics. Her research interests are focused on the role of law in shaping health and health care systems and the appropriate roles for the public and private sectors.

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Sridhar Venkatapuram is an academic-practitioner in global health ethics and justice. He is an Associate Professor at King’s College London, and Director of Global Health Education and Training at the King’s Global Health Institute. His research interests include public and global health ethics, social determinants of health, the capabilities approach, health equity, and global governance for health.

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Sridhar Venkatapuram is an academic-practitioner in global health ethics and justice. He is an Associate Professor at King’s College London, and Director of Global Health Education and Training at the King’s Global Health Institute. His research interests include public and global health ethics, social determinants of health, the capabilities approach, health equity, and global governance for health.

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Sridhar Venkatapuram is an academic-practitioner in global health ethics and justice. He is an Associate Professor at King’s College London, and Director of Global Health Education and Training at the King’s Global Health Institute. His research interests include public and global health ethics, social determinants of health, the capabilities approach, health equity, and global governance for health.

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Sridhar Venkatapuram is an academic-practitioner in global health ethics and justice. He is an Associate Professor at King’s College London, and Director of Global Health Education and Training at the King’s Global Health Institute. His research interests include public and global health ethics, social determinants of health, the capabilities approach, health equity, and global governance for health.

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Sridhar Venkatapuram is an academic-practitioner in global health ethics and justice. He is an Associate Professor at King’s College London, and Director of Global Health Education and Training at the King’s Global Health Institute. His research interests include public and global health ethics, social determinants of health, the capabilities approach, health equity, and global governance for health.

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Sridhar Venkatapuram is an academic-practitioner in global health ethics and justice. He is an Associate Professor at King’s College London, and Director of Global Health Education and Training at the King’s Global Health Institute. His research interests include public and global health ethics, social determinants of health, the capabilities approach, health equity, and global governance for health.

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Sridhar Venkatapuram is an academic-practitioner in global health ethics and justice. He is an Associate Professor at King’s College London, and Director of Global Health Education and Training at the King’s Global Health Institute. His research interests include public and global health ethics, social determinants of health, the capabilities approach, health equity, and global governance for health.

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Bryan Thomas is Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics and Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. His research spans a wide range of topics including Canadian and comparative health law and policy, health rights litigation, long-term care, global health law, and the role of religious argument in legal and political discourse.
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Bryan Thomas is Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics and Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. His research spans a wide range of topics including Canadian and comparative health law and policy, health rights litigation, long-term care, global health law, and the role of religious argument in legal and political discourse.
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Bryan Thomas is Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics and Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. His research spans a wide range of topics including Canadian and comparative health law and policy, health rights litigation, long-term care, global health law, and the role of religious argument in legal and political discourse.
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Bryan Thomas is Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics and Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. His research spans a wide range of topics including Canadian and comparative health law and policy, health rights litigation, long-term care, global health law, and the role of religious argument in legal and political discourse.
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Bryan Thomas is Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics and Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. His research spans a wide range of topics including Canadian and comparative health law and policy, health rights litigation, long-term care, global health law, and the role of religious argument in legal and political discourse.
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Bryan Thomas is Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics and Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. His research spans a wide range of topics including Canadian and comparative health law and policy, health rights litigation, long-term care, global health law, and the role of religious argument in legal and political discourse.
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Bryan Thomas is Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics and Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. His research spans a wide range of topics including Canadian and comparative health law and policy, health rights litigation, long-term care, global health law, and the role of religious argument in legal and political discourse.
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Bryan Thomas is Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics and Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. His research spans a wide range of topics including Canadian and comparative health law and policy, health rights litigation, long-term care, global health law, and the role of religious argument in legal and political discourse.
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Bryan Thomas is Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics and Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. His research spans a wide range of topics including Canadian and comparative health law and policy, health rights litigation, long-term care, global health law, and the role of religious argument in legal and political discourse.
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Bryan Thomas is Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics and Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. His research spans a wide range of topics including Canadian and comparative health law and policy, health rights litigation, long-term care, global health law, and the role of religious argument in legal and political discourse.
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Bryan Thomas is Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics and Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. His research spans a wide range of topics including Canadian and comparative health law and policy, health rights litigation, long-term care, global health law, and the role of religious argument in legal and political discourse.
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Bryan Thomas is Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics and Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. His research spans a wide range of topics including Canadian and comparative health law and policy, health rights litigation, long-term care, global health law, and the role of religious argument in legal and political discourse.
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Bryan Thomas is Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics and Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. His research spans a wide range of topics including Canadian and comparative health law and policy, health rights litigation, long-term care, global health law, and the role of religious argument in legal and political discourse.
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Bryan Thomas is Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics and Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. His research spans a wide range of topics including Canadian and comparative health law and policy, health rights litigation, long-term care, global health law, and the role of religious argument in legal and political discourse.
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Bryan Thomas is Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics and Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. His research spans a wide range of topics including Canadian and comparative health law and policy, health rights litigation, long-term care, global health law, and the role of religious argument in legal and political discourse.
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Bryan Thomas is Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics and Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. His research spans a wide range of topics including Canadian and comparative health law and policy, health rights litigation, long-term care, global health law, and the role of religious argument in legal and political discourse.
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Bryan Thomas is Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics and Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. His research spans a wide range of topics including Canadian and comparative health law and policy, health rights litigation, long-term care, global health law, and the role of religious argument in legal and political discourse.
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Bryan Thomas is Senior Research Fellow with the Centre for Health Law, Policy and Ethics and Adjunct Professor with the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. His research spans a wide range of topics including Canadian and comparative health law and policy, health rights litigation, long-term care, global health law, and the role of religious argument in legal and political discourse.
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Vanessa MacDonnell is Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law and Co-Director of the uOttawa Public Law Centre. She researches in the areas of Canadian constitutional law, constitutional theory, comparative constitutional law, and criminal law and procedure.

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Vanessa MacDonnell is Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law and Co-Director of the uOttawa Public Law Centre. She researches in the areas of Canadian constitutional law, constitutional theory, comparative constitutional law, and criminal law and procedure.

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Vanessa MacDonnell is Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law and Co-Director of the uOttawa Public Law Centre. She researches in the areas of Canadian constitutional law, constitutional theory, comparative constitutional law, and criminal law and procedure.

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Vanessa MacDonnell is Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law and Co-Director of the uOttawa Public Law Centre. She researches in the areas of Canadian constitutional law, constitutional theory, comparative constitutional law, and criminal law and procedure.

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Vanessa MacDonnell is Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law and Co-Director of the uOttawa Public Law Centre. She researches in the areas of Canadian constitutional law, constitutional theory, comparative constitutional law, and criminal law and procedure.

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Vanessa MacDonnell is Associate Professor at the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law and Co-Director of the uOttawa Public Law Centre. She researches in the areas of Canadian constitutional law, constitutional theory, comparative constitutional law, and criminal law and procedure.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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Sophie Thériault is Full Professor and Vice-Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Law (Civil Law Section), at the University of Ottawa. She is also a lawyer and member of the Global Young Academy. Professor Thériault’s research focuses on Indigenous peoples’ rights in the context of natural resources extraction; Indigenous environmental governance; environmental justice and environmental rights; and food security and sovereignty for Indigenous peoples.

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