|Title||Indigenous Women and Sexual Assault in Canada|
|Created by:||Tracey Lindberg, Priscilla Campeau, Maria Campbell|
|Description:||Examines four prominent cases involving sexual violence perpetrated against Indigenous women and girls by white men to demonstrate how the Canadian legal system has failed both to protect Indigenous women and to properly punish those responsible.
The four cases are: R v Edmondson, R v Jordan, R v Ramsay, and R v Ramsay.
Chapter from Sexual Assault in Canada: Law, Legal Practice and Women's Activism edited by Elizabeth A. Sheehy.
|Publisher:||University of Ottawa Press|
|Categories:||Indigenous Studies Portal > Law & Justice > Case Law
Indigenous Studies Portal > Law & Justice > Crime & Offences
Indigenous Studies Portal > Society > Cross-Cultural Relations > Racism & Discrimination
Indigenous Studies Portal > Law & Justice > Sentencing
Indigenous Studies Portal > Society > Women
|Names:||Campbell, Maria [Find offline items]