Windsor Law professors Sylvia McAdam, Jillian Rogin, and Reem Bahdi wrote an article for The Conversation Canada about McAdam's ancestral lands. Also the co-founder of Idle No More, Sylvia McAdam was brought before a Saskatchewan judge and put on trial for attempting to use her family’s ancestral lands.
— Published on Mar 26th, 2019
Drawing on over 40 years of collective research and practice experience with development in Palestine, Professor Reem Bahdi and her co-authors argue that Canadian aid can do more harm than good if Israeli barriers to Palestinian development are not addressed.
— Published on Aug 28th, 2018
The Law Foundation of Ontario will honour Windsor Law professor, Reem Bahdi, as the 2017 recipient of the esteemed Guthrie Award.
The Guthrie Award, established in 1996, is awarded annually and recognizes an outstanding individual in the legal field for their significant contributions towards access to justice.
Bahdi, a former Associate Dean at Windsor Law (2012-2015) and human rights expert, will join the legacy of leaders who have been recognized for their efforts in improving access to justice.
— Published on Aug 3rd, 2017
This special issue of the Third World Quarterly grew out of the 2015 "Third World Approaches to International Law Conference" (Egypt) and two writing workshops (Ireland & Canada) that Professor Xavier co-organized. These events joined a global network of scholars and practitioners in international law from 33 countries interested in studying the complex and evolving relationships between the Global South & North.
— Published on Oct 4th, 2016
Prof Bahdi's research was highlighted in an article entitled, "System Failing Arabs, Muslims, Study Says."
— Published on Jul 6th, 2016
Bahdi on Effective Responses to Vitriol and Violence
— Published on Oct 29th, 2015
Royal Society of Canada names Prof. Reem Bahdi to College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.
— Published on Nov 24th, 2015