Fragile Freedoms - First Nations and human rights

John Borrows

John Borrows

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John Borrows is an Anishinabe scholar and expert in Indigenous law. He presents a lecture on the connections between First Nations and human rights. It's from a series called Fragile Freedoms: the Global Struggle Human Rights taking place at the new Canadian Museum for Human Rights, in Winnipeg.

John Borrows teaches law at both the University of Victoria, and the University of Minnesota.


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In this excerpt John Borrows offers a spirited and balanced defence of Indian Reserves.


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