educational reform in the 1800s
Making meaning out of punishment: penitentiary, prison, jail, and lock-up museums in Canada.
...This portion of the tour focuses on penal reform and the experience of imprisonment during the 1800s. Throughout ...There are very few displays or educational facets to the site, which is open to the public infrequently. . ...
Reconciling normative dissonance in Canada and New Zealand: comparing the judicial and political paths to children's rights implementation.
... effectively putting a halt to public debate or legislative reform. . In New Zealand, the absence of a constitutionalized bill of ... urbanized and industrialized toward the end of the 1800s, these societies came to focus on the perceived need to protect ...The government's educational efforts prompted an angry public response from some who believed ...
Reconciling tort and administrative law concepts of justice: the case of historical wrongs.
... between new British settlers, who began to arrive in the 1800s, and First Nations peoples. (15) . Residential schools were first ...In addition to creating the educational policy, the federal government took charge of funding the ... in the administrative justice context see Ontario Agency Reform Commission, Everyday Justice: Report of the Agency Reform ...
Suppression in Newfoundland.
... denominational schools, mostly Catholic since the mid-1800s. When it, together with Labrador, became a province of Canada in ... journeyed to Ottawa, the committee's report passed, with Reform MPs, and Tory senators, dissenting. Then the House of Commons ... they are ranked third highest when it comes to their educational system. So tell us why. . . . . I cannot believe that those who ...
Correcting past wrongs: when is it the government's responsibility?
... Association of Japanese Canadians had embarked on an educational campaign to show that this was a human rights issue. . Prime ... issues had been heightened by the constitutional reform process, the residential schools issue and the Oka crisis. . From the late 1800s through to 1969, residential aboriginal schools were operated by ...