Is Incarceration the Correct Response for FASD Affected Offenders?

The FASD Adult Justice Program was developed as a partnership under the umbrella of the South Alberta FASD Service Network and the 10-year strategic plan, in response to a need identified by the Alberta Government.

Did the Accused Killers of Colten Boushie and Tina Fontaine Benefit from the Current Practice of Jury Selection?

Canada’s justice system is working poorly for Indigenous peoples. Not-guilty verdicts arrived at recently in two separate murder cases involving First Nations victims, Tina Fontaine and Colten Boushie, have arguably yet again exposed Canada’s justice system as failing Indigenous peoples.

What is global justice and how can it be achieved?

January 18 – March 15, 2011 Ballroom A in the SU building and at Andy’s Place (AH 100) University of Lethbridge

From Welfare to Social Justice

From Welfare to Social Justice Compassion and Social Justice: Redesigning Social Policy for Alberta Given the realities of poverty, homelessness and increasing inequality in Alberta, it is time to re-examine and redesign our social welfare system.