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Racial Profiling and Human Rights in Canada

The New Legal Landscape

Racial profiling is a hot-button topic that elicits strong responses on both sides. A series of public discussions has so far failed to yield a conclusive consensus. Racial Profiling and Human … ; ; 417 View
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Defining Racial Profiling

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Bobby Siu, an adjunct professor in the School of Public Policy and Administration at York University, reviews the academic and government definitions of racial profiling with the aim of … 37 $3.70 Add
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The Human Rights Approach to Addressing Racial Profiling

The Activity of the Ontario Human Rights Commission

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Shaheen Azmi, director of policy, education, monitoring, and outreach at the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC), explains the human rights approach to addressing racial profiling in Chapter … 7 $0.70 Add
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Interrogating the Definition of Racial Profiling

A Critical Legal Analysis

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Sunil Gurmukh, counsel at the Ontario Human Rights Commission, further consolidates the human rights approach in Chapter 3 by describing how challenges to racial profiling are most substantive … 24 $2.40 Add
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Applying the Racial Profiling Correspondence Test

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In Chapter 4, David Tanovich, a professor of law at the University of Windsor, explores the application of the correspondence test in discrimination law as an important development for proving … 22 $2.20 Add
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Bias-Neutral Policing

A Police Perspective on the Intersection of Racial Profiling with Modern-Day Policing and the Laws That Govern

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In Chapter 5, Gary Melanson, senior director of legal services and risk management legal services branch, Waterloo Regional Police Service, examines “bias-neutral” policing practices … 25 $2.50 Add
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“Singled Out”

Being a Black Youth in the Suburbs

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In Chapter 6, Carl James, professor of education at York University, makes the case that Black youth who reside in the suburbs can be entangled in the relationship between race, space, and place … 19 $1.90 Add
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The Re-framing of Racial Profiling

Police Violence Against Black Women

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In Chapter 7, Andrea Anderson, a PhD candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School and criminal defence lawyer, makes the case that the dominant paradigm of racial profiling fails to adequately address … 20 $2.00 Add
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Damaged Goods

A Critical Perspective on Consumer Racial Profiling in Ontario’s Retail Environment

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Tomee Elizabeth Sojourner-Campbell, a mediator and diversity and inclusion consultant, provides a critical perspective on Ontario’s retail environment with a view to increasing the … 24 $2.40 Add
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Racial Profiling of Women in Canada

Beyond a “Gender-Free” Lens

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In Chapter 9, Tammy Landau, associate professor of criminology at Ryerson University, makes the case that discourses on racial profiling are typically “gender-free,” as distinct from … 22 $2.20 Add
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The Importance of Collecting Race Data

Preventing Racial Profiling and Promoting Inclusive Citizenship

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In Chapter 10, Lorne Foster, a professor of public policy and equity studies at York University, and Lesley Jacobs, professor of law & society and political science at York University, … ; 35 $3.50 Add
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A Double-Edged Sword

Carding, Public Safety, and the Impact of Racialized Police Practices

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In Chapter 11, Scot Wortley, a professor of criminology at the University of Toronto, makes the case that the consequences of racial profiling far outweigh the potential benefits, and that … 14 $1.40 Add
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Community Engagement in Policing

As a Dialogic Tool for Combating Racial Profiling

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In Chapter 12, Lorne Foster and Lesley Jacobs examine how the development of police policy-making and service design might benefit from thoroughgoing two-way engagement with citizens and … ; 28 $2.80 Add
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Ending Racial Profiling

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In Chapter 13, Bobby Siu discusses a comprehensive model for ending racial profiling through the four pillars of strategic leadership, research, human resource management, and stakeholder engagement. 54 $5.40 Add