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  • Plan Canada - Volume 57, Number 2 (Summer 2017) 

    Unknown author (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2017-06)
    Human rights and the city
  • Legally speaking: Human rights law and the city 

    Clément, Dominique (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2017-06)
    Human rights law was one of the great legal innovations of the twentieth century. Cities, however, are today facing a remarkable diversity in human rights claims that would never have been envisioned a generation ago. ...
  • Human rights 101 for planners 

    Agrawal, Sandeep (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2017-06)
    With the growing number of human rights challenges in planning matters, understanding of human rights among planners is becoming imperative. This article explains the basics of human rights and related legislation, ...
  • Human rights and the city 

    Agrawal, Sandeep (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2017-06)
    It is my pleasure as a guest editor to introduce this special issue on human rights and the city. This thematic issue brings together a Canadian Who’s Who of those working in at the intersection of human rights and planning.
  • Contents 

    Unknown author (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2017-06)
    Table of contents for Plan Canada - Volume 57, Number 2 (Summer 2017).
  • Integrating human rights with land use planning: Now a cornerstone of the Ontario provincial policy statement, 2014 

    Ceddia, Antonella (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2017-06)
    In 2014, the Province of Ontario issued a new version of the PPS, which now includes the expectation that it must be implemented in a manner that is consistent with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Canadian ...
  • Planning and human rights: We have something in common 

    Pegg, Jacquelin; Bennett, Rosemary (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2017-06)
    This article offers a brief overview of human rights issues that affect municipal decision-making, legislation, and operations related to land-use planning to build vibrant, healthy neighbourhoods and communities. ...
  • Between a rock and a hard place: The problems with vagueness and complexity in our (by)laws 

    Malik, Ola; McFarlane, Stacy (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2017-06)
    What makes good (By)Law? To be enforceable, a (By)Law must be clear and written in a way that is accessible and understandable to any reader. The twin evils which By(Law)s often suffer from are vagueness and ...