The CRA’s Prejudiced Audits: Counter-Terrorism and the Targeting of Muslim Charities in Canada, June 8, 2021
Big Data Surveillance and Security Intelligence: The Canadian Case, edited by David Lyon and David Murakami Wood, published by UBC Press, December 1, 2020. ICLMG’s Tim McSorley & Anne Dagenais Guertin have written Chapter 11: “Confronting Big Data: Popular Resistance to Government Surveillance in Canada since 2001”.
Our analysis of the COVID Alert app, August 2020
LRWC & ICLMG on Canada’s response to the UN Committee against Torture in the case of Omar Khadr, December 2015
ARAR +10: National Security and Human Rights, a Decade Later, October 2015
More secure, but not safer: A review of national security policy from 2008 to the present, chapter in the The Harper Record 2008-2015, October 2015
National Security Information Card 2001-2015, September 2015
In the National Interest? Criminalization of Land and Environment Defenders in the Americas – Full report, August 2015
In the National Interest? Criminalization of Land and Environment Defenders in the Americas – Executive summary, August 2015
Report of the Information Clearinghouse on Border Controls and Infringements to Travellers’ Rights, February 2010
Presentation at the 3rd Human Rights Global Forum in Nantes, France (in French), July 1, 2008
The Ottawa Principles on Anti-terrorism and Human rights, October, 2006
International Campaign Against Mass Surveillance (ICAMS): The Emergence of a Global Infrastructure for Mass Registration and Surveillance (Executive Summary), April 20, 2005
International Campaign Against Mass Surveillance (ICAMS): The Emergence of a Global Infrastructure for Mass Registration and Surveillance (Full Report), April 2005
Anti-Terrorism and the Security Agenda: Impact on Rights, Freedoms and Democracy, April 28, 2004
In the Shadow of the Law, ICLMG Report in response to Justice Canada’s 1st Annual Report on the Application of the Anti-Terrorism Act (Bill C-36), May 14, 2003
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