Category Archives: History and Policy

“Tell me the story” – Thinking with History, Policy, and the Goldberg Rule

Alix Green In my role as an adviser on policy for a university Vice-Chancellor, the UK equivalent of President, perhaps my most important job is to ask our leader to ‘tell me the story’ when he’s consulting me on some issue or another.  It seems to me that universities, along with many public sector institutions, are not always able, or inclined,… Read more »

Bill C-268, Human Trafficking and Slavery in Canada Past and Present

As a former British colony, Canada abolished the slave trade over 200 years ago. However, slavery was certainly not eradicated with the legal abolition of the slave trade. Canadians still buy and sell human beings.