Canada: International perspectives on religious arbitration in family law
Source:National Association of Women and the Law
Final report of this conference held in May 2005, which contributed to the mobilization of feminist organizations & movements in Canada and Quebec, to resist the Ontario government's plans to allow the use of religious arbitration in family law.
Submitted on Mon, 09/19/2005 - 23:00
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