On May 28, the Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin, Chief Justice of Canada, will deliver the 2015 Annual Pluralism Lecture in Toronto.
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How the past is interpreted plays a role in defining the nation and who belongs to it. The Centre commissioned a paper by Dr. Jeff Sahadeo on the shaping of national identity by historical narrative, and the country’s pathways to pluralism. Read the paper or browse our In Brief report.
Kenya's 2010 constitution defines an inclusive nation with an accountable state. Does it go far enough? Our April 3rd 2014 Pluralism Forum panellists -- Yash Pal Ghai of Katiba Institute and Karuti Kanyinga and Patricia Kameri-Mbote of the University of Nairobi – say yes and no. Find out more >
On February 27, 2014 in a historic address to a joint session of the Parliament of Canada, His Highness the Aga Khan lauded Canada as a leader for advancing pluralism in the world, highlighting the vital role of civil societies in making room for diversity with equality. Read more >