The YCPPL provides accurate and reliable research on important legal and public policy issues and makes it available to federal, provincial and municipal policy-makers. The Centre has close links with the policy-making and policy-analysis community at all three levels of government. The YCPPL draws on the many researchers at York who work at the intersection between law and the social sciences, promoting the highest quality research related to improving public policy, the legal system, and access to justice in Canada.

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Submissions from 2011

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Intellectual Property and Indigenous Cultural Heritage: Ongoing Research and Issues of Reform, Catherine Bell

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Privacy Rights Mobilization Among Marginal Groups in Canada: Fulfilling the Mandate of PIPEDA, Lesley Jacobs, Barbara Crow, and Kim Sawchuk

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From Policy to Praxis: Cultural Diversity, Human Rights and the Challenges of International Standard-Setting, David A. Walden

Submissions from 2010

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Assessing the Impact of Publicly Funded Business Advisory Services on Entrepreneurial Outcomes, Douglas Cumming and Eileen Fischer

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Reflecting on the Law Commission of Ontario’s Approach and Method: Multidisciplinarity, Analytical Lenses and Consultation, Patricia Hughes

Submissions from 2009

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UN Constitutional Assistance: An Emergent Policy Institution, Vijayashri Sripati