The YCPPL Policy Leaders Seminar Series brings together academics, lawyers, practitioners and policy community leaders to consider the relationships between academic and applied policy research. The series aims to generate discussion, promote community and inspire new academic and public partnerships.
Have we reached a flashpoint? New developments affecting independent TV production in Canada" A talk by Peter S. Grant, Counsel, McCarthy Tétrault LLP, January 30, 2012. To view the event poster click here.
Accountability to Law as an Aspect of Democracy, A talk by Dr. Gregory Tardi, Senior Parliamentary Counsel at the House of Commons in Ottawa, October 31, 2011. To view the event poster click here.
Breaking Boundaries: Building the Toronto Region by Crossing Divides, A talk by Julia Deans, October 6, 2011. To view the event poster click here.
Tax and Pension Policy Issues on the Horizon, A talk by Steve Orsini, Deputy Minister of Revenue and Associate Deputy Minister of Finance, September 1, 2011. To view the event poster click here
Translating UNESCO’s Cultural Policy Goals into a Canadian Context with David Walden, Secretary-General, Canadian Commission for UNESCO , Garry Neil, Director of the International Network for Cutlural Diversity and Nicole Aylwin, PhD Candidate and cultural policy expert, March 8, 2011. To view the event poster click here.
Patterns and Scenarios in Political Law, Dr. Gregory Tardi, November 11, 2010. To view the event poster click here.
Intellectual Property and indigeneity: International Policy Making Between Neoliberalim and Human Rights with Dr. Catherine Bell, Dr. Rosemary Coombe, Dr. Patricia Goff, September 23, 2011. To view the event poster click here.