The goal of the panel is to take a critical look at how Muslim individuals have been treated in national security cases. This event will include individuals that have been directly impacted by national security policies, as well as organizations, researchers and lawyers that have been working to bring attention to the coercive effects of state policies on Muslim communities. A representative from the National Council of Canadian Muslims will talk about their concerns in how Muslim individuals have been treated in national security cases. Hassan Diab and Abdullah Almalki will talk about their own experiences and ordeal with national security policies. Subhah Wadhawan, MA student (Criminology, University of Ottawa) will talk about her research with security certificate detainees.
The panel will be moderated by Yavar Hameed (Hameed Law).
Thursday, September 27, 2018, 7pm-10pm, STM 224
Space is limited. Attendance will be restricted to 156 participants. Register early to avoid disappointment!