Presented at 2017 OAGEE Fall Conference from November 10th to November 11th, 2017
Creating maps with the aid of mixed-methodology case studies, participants understand and explain how contamination by anti-personnel landmines affects individuals, communities and countries. Assuming the role of students, participants identify people's needs, assess resources at their disposal and develop strategies for meeting these needs. Participants will use the Ottawa Treaty to consider the legal protections during armed conflict. By the end of the workshop, participants will gain an awareness of Canadian contributions to human rights, International Humanitarian Law, and humanitarian response.
|Scheduled||SA05 Sat at 09:45 AM in M12|
|Presenters||Andrea McArthur Canadian Red Cross|
|Single or Double Length||Double (1hr, 50 min)|