An historical and contemporary survey of fundamental rights and freedoms intrinsic to a free society, covering practical cases in the legal history of Canada and comparative cases in the contemporary North Atlantic, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist and Chinese worlds. In particular, students will be challenged to consider criticisms of religious freedom, and how to meaningfully balance these in the pursuit of justice.
Prerequisites: POL-121 or HIS-108; POL-210 or HIS-222

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