Municipal inclusion and human rights

Pivot Legal Society seeks to improve the lives and the health of people who are homeless, use drugs, and/or engage in sex work through law and policy reform. Beginning in 2017 Pivot begun a large scale project to expand its knowledge base and networks with the goal of creating inclusive communities and promoting respect for human rights across British Columbia. Pivot now seeks to develop a body of analysis and export reports concerning the intersection of human rights of marginalized populations and municipal governance. Pivot has identified key areas of analysis in areas of: Zoning bylaw making, implementation and appeal; low-income housing placement; and provision of medical services. TO BE CONT'D

Noah Quastel
Faculty Supervisor: 
Nicholas Blomley
British Columbia
Partner University: