Racial Profiling and Human Rights in Canada: The New Legal Landscape
Lorne Foster, Bobby Siu, Lesley A. Jacobs, Shaheen Azmi
Irwin Law, Sep 28, 2018 - Human rights - 404 pages
Racial profiling is a hot-button topic that elicits strong responses on both sides. A series of public discussions has so far failed to yield a conclusive consensus. Racial Profiling and Human Rights in Canadaexamines a combination of psychological, sociological, organizational, political, and community perspectives, resulting in a holistic, multi-faceted approach to understanding the phenomenon of racial profiling and to pre-empting or eradicating it.
The book's primary theme is the notion of transformation. Part One examines racial profiling through an "equality as transformation" lens, which provides an instructive background for the development of public policy and public law. Part Two explores different manifestations of racial profiling, including new, emerging forms of racial profiling, as well as uncovering examples in everyday life that have been concealed and largely neglected. Part Three focuses on effective methods and strategies to prevent and respond to racial profiling, highlighting some transformative policy applications and equity initiatives.
This book should be required reading for policy-makers, academics, social justice and human rights advocates, and judicial and law enforcement officers.
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