Join Siobhan and Constance MacIntosh, Associate Professor at the Schulich School of Law, as they discuss disability discrimination in Canada’s immigration system.
Constance discusses the relationship between law and politics, how disability discrimination has been reflected in immigration policy over time, excessive demand provisions, and medical screening and inadmissibility.
Professor MacIntosh’s piece can be found in issue 42:1 of the Dalhousie Law Journal here: https://digitalcommons.schulichlaw.dal.ca/dlj/vol42/iss1/
Canadian Immigration Law in the Face of a Volatile Politics (co-authored with Sarah Marsden and Colin Grey): digitalcommons.schulichlaw.dal.ca/dlj/vol4…/iss1/1/
Medical Inadmissibility, and Physically and Mentally Disabled Would-be Immigrants: Canada’s Story Continues: digitalcommons.schulichlaw.dal.ca/dlj/vol4…/iss1/6/
ARCH Disability Law Centre: archdisabilitylaw.ca/
Also available on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/2iGvZ4mya0Xz54tqqMCFwW