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"Big Society" and Social Responsibility

"It is incumbent on those of us who make it our business to think through such things to imagine how the 'Big Society' agenda could provide opportunity and hope within a cultural arc where both seem to be in short supply." —Ray Pennings A transcription of proceedings from the Manning Centre Special Briefing, held June 10, 2011 in Ottawa. The papers...

Bradley Miller: Natural Law, Justice, and the Concept of Harm

Dr. Miller has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the areas of constitutional law and philosophy of law. He earned his law degree from the University of British Columbia, went on to complete a master of laws at the University of Edinburgh, followed by a Doctorate in Philosophy at Oxford.

Eleanor Clitheroe

Eleanor (Ellie) Clitheroe is Executive Director of the Canadian Thomas Merton Center. Born in Montreal, Quebec, she obtained a Bachelor of Common Law (LL.B.) and a Master in Business Administration (MBA), University of Western Ontario in London, 1977, 1980, and a Bachelor of Civil Law (B.C.L.), McGill University, 1978. She is currently a candidate for...

Raising the Stakes on Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is a vast—and rapidly expanding—global epidemic. Bill C-310 introduced an interpretative aid for courts to provide greater clarity to the definition of human trafficking and extended its application as an extraterritorial offence. But there is more to be done.