People with disabilities--Civil rights; Canada. Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms; Canada
David Lepofsky recounts his volunteer advocacy efforts in 1980-82, as one of many who successfully campaigned to get Section 15 of the Canadian Charter of rights and Freedoms amended to protect disability equality. He was one of many who successfully fought to win the disability amendment to section 15 of the Charter of Rights. This lecture gives his personal recollections of his own involvement in that campaign.
Delivered at the Osgoode Hall Law School as a Roy McMurtry Clinical Fellow.
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A Roy McMurtry Clinical Fellow lecture delivered to the State and Citizen course taught by Prof. Richard Haigh at the Osgoode Hall Law School.