Back in November, IFLS hosted LGBT Equality Litigation in the Caribbean, an event put together by Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights (see original post here). The other day, we hosted another Envisioning Panel, looking at the recent decision of India’s Supreme Court to overturn a lower court decision which struck down s.377 of the Indian Penal Code. Here’s the original post advertising the panel. As soon as Envisioning has video, we will post that.
Please do check out Envisioning’s website, here. You can find full video of the LGBT Equality Litigation in the Caribbean panel at Envisioning’s Vimeo site (or via the event’s page on their website), here. Thanks especially to Nancy Nicol and the rest of the envisioning team for allowing us to host.
Lovely new “portal” for all the work this project is engaged in, under the Principal Investigator, York Fine Arts’ Prof. Nancy Nicol. A significant variety of resources – taped talks, links to reports & chapters, events listings, and information about the goals, methods and commitments of the larger project. Click through below.
Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights
On Thursday November 21 1230 (more information to follow), Osgoode IFLS will host a panel discussion featuring lawyer Maurice Tomlinson, representatives of J-FLAG (Jamaica Forum for all sexuals and gays) and Belizean activist/litigant Caleb Orozco on his (decision pending) challenge to the Belizean sodomy law (click here for some hopeful portents in this case). Nancy Nicol – the PI of Envisioning Global LGBT Human Rights – will provide introductions. Thanks to Osgoode Prof Janet Mosher for helping this event happen – we look forward to also welcoming having a variety of student representatives from the Osgoode Feminist Collective, OUTLaws and other groups. Hope to see you there – save the date and look for more information in this space.