A graduate from the joint Honours BSocSc in Criminology and Women's Studies program, Sidra Hashmi is the winner of the IRLRC Essay Competition undergraduate category. Entitled “Mundane Marginalization: A Criminological Analysis of the Immigration Detention of Children in Canada”, Sidra’s essay will be published in the Canadian Journal of Children's Rights/Revue canadienne des droits des enfants in November 2019 on the occasion of the Universal Children's Day. Sidra will be starting a master's program in criminology at the University of Ottawa in September.
The winner of the graduate studies category is Amira Maameri, a doctoral student in law at the University of Ottawa registered in a joint Ph D program with the Université de Bordeaux. Her essay is entitled “L'Enfance autochtone et canadienne : Le Miroir de l’identité – Une quête légitime des mineurs autochtones du droit à la préservation de leur identité culturelle”. She receives a $250.00 prize. Amira will pursue her doctoral studies at the Faculty of Law in September.
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Congratulations to the winners!