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Craig Scott

Date de naissance (aaaa-mm-jj) :  1962-03-14

Lieu de naissance :  Windsor, Nouvelle-Écosse, Canada

Profession | Occupation :  défenseur (droits de la personne), avocat, professeur de droit

Expérience politique fédérale

Années de service : 1 309 jours (3 années, 7 mois, 30 jours)

Chambre des communes

Circonscription Affiliation politique au moment de l'élection Date de l'élection Résultat
Toronto--Danforth Nouveau Parti démocratique 2015-10-19 Défait
Toronto--Danforth
Décès de M. Layton, 22-08-2011
Nouveau Parti démocratique 2012-03-19
(Élection partielle)
Élu

Groupe parlementaire

Parti Mandat
Nouveau Parti démocratique 2012-03-19 - 2015-10-18

Fonctions à titre de parlementaire

Porte-parole
Ministère Portefeuille Mandat
Bureau du Conseil privé Réforme démocratique 2012-09-20 - 2015-10-18
Porte-parole adjoint / associé
Ministère Portefeuille Mandat
Justice Justice 2012-04-19 - 2013-01-16
Comités - Chambre des communes

On trouve ci-après la composition des comités par session. Tous les parlementaires ayant siégé à un comité à tout moment durant une session figurent sur la liste.

Comité Rôle Mandat
Comité permanent de la justice et des droits de la personne Membre 41e législature, 1re session
(2011-06-02 - 2013-09-13)
Comité permanent de la procédure et des affaires de la Chambre Membre 41e législature, 1re session
(2011-06-02 - 2013-09-13)
Comité permanent de la procédure et des affaires de la Chambre Membre 41e législature, 2e session
(2013-10-16 - 2015-08-02)

Publications choisies

Le document suivant est une bibliographie sélective contenant les principaux titres ou contributions de la collection d’ouvrages publiés par des parlementaires. Pour en apprendre davantage au sujet des œuvres écrites par des parlementaires, consultez une bibliothèque près de chez vous.

Aucun effort n’a été ménagé pour garantir l’exactitude de l’information qui suit. Si vous trouvez des erreurs, écrivez-nous à parlinfo@parl.gc.ca.

The breakdown of the rule of law in Sri Lanka: an overview. Working Paper Series - Osgoode Hall Law School. p. 20 Sept. 22, 2010

Covenant constitutionalism and the Canada assistance plan. Constitutional forum. 6 (3):79-87 Spring 1995

The interdependence and permeability of human rights norms: towards a partial fusion of the international covenants on human rights. Osgoode Hall law journal. 27 (3):769-878 Fall 1989

CLPE research paper 4/2008 : Diverse persuasion(s): From rhetoric to representation (and back again to rhetoric) in international human rights interpretation. Working Paper Series - Osgoode Hall Law School. p. 80 Jan. 24, 2008

Interpreting intervention. The Canadian yearbook of international law. 39:333-69 2001

Canada's international human rights obligations and disadvantaged members of society : finally into the spotlight. Constitutional forum. 10 (4):97-111 1999

A core curriculum for the transnational legal education of JD and LLB students: surveying the approach of the international, comparative and transnational law program at Osgoode Hall Law School. Penn State law review. 23:757-73 2005

1972 : new approaches to international law. in : Compendium: the first twenty-five years / Les premiers vingt-cinq ans. Ottawa: CCIL; P.128-42 1998

Social values projected and protected: a brief appraisal of the federal and Ontario government proposals. Kingston, Ont: Institute for Intergovernmental Relations; p. 81-92, 95-6 1992

The transnationalization of truth : a meditation on Sri Lanka and Honduras. Ethics in action. 5 (1):36-96 Feb. 2011

Will Canada be an open democracy after may 2?. p. 6 Working Paper Series : Osgoode Hall Law School

Israel's seizure of the Gaza-bound flotilla : applicable laws and legality. Accepted Paper Series - Osgoode Hall Law School. p. 13 20 Oct. 2010 revised 22 Feb. 2011

‘Transnational law' as proto-concept : three conceptions. German law journal. 10 (7): 859-76 July 2009

Introduction to torture as tort : from Sudan to Canada to Somalia. in : Torture as tort : comparative perspectives on the development of transnational human rights litigation. Oxford: Hart Publishing; p. 3-44 2001

CLPE Research Paper No. 13/2011 : Taking tea with torturers : from the Shah of Iran to Egypt's Mubarak to Sri Lanka's Foreign Minister, cozy relationships in US foreign policy need to be questioned. Accepted Paper Series - Osgoode Hall Law School. p. 6 Jan. 2011

Constitutional ropes of sand or justiciable guarantees? Social rights in new South African constitution. University of Pennsylvania law review. 141 (1):1-148 1992

Foreword: making a case for comparative constitutionalism and transnational law. Osgoode Hall law journal. 46 (3):vii-xix 2008

Torture as tort : comparative perspectives on the development of transnational human rights litigation. Hart Publications: 2001

Reaching beyond (without abandoning) the category of "economic, social and cultural rights". Human rights quarterly. 21 (3):633-60 1999

Ronald St. John Macdonald and international legal education. International law FORUM du droit international. 4 (4):215-21 Nov. 2002

Producing an insightful research paper: some elements to consider. Working Paper Series - Osgoode Hall Law School. p. 11 Oct. 1, 2010

Indigenous self-determination and decolonization of the international imagination : a plea. Human rights quarterly. 18 (4):814-20 1996

Multinational enterprises and emergent jurisprudence on violations of economic, social and cultural rights. in : Economic, social and cultural rights : a textbook, 2nd edition. Norwell, Ma: Nijhoff; p. 563-96 2001

Social rights : towards a principled, pragmatic judicial role. ESR Economic and social rights. 21 (3):633-60 Mar. 1999

Translating torture into transnational tort : conceptual divides in the debate on corporate accountability for human rights harms. in : Torture as tort: comparative perspectives on the development of transnational human rights litigation. Oxford: Hart Publications; p. 45-63 2001

Towards the institutional integration of the core human rights treaties. in : Reaching beyond words: giving meaning to economic, social and cultural rights. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press; p. 7-38, fn.213-25 2001

Postscript on “The serious consequences of word games”: the signaling game around the “final opportunity” for Iraq in security council resolution 1441. German law journal. 11 (8/9):943-64 Aug. 2010

Iraq and the serious consequences of word games: language, violence and responsibility in the security council. German law journal. 3 (11) Nov. 2002

CLPE Research Paper No. 10/2011 : a surfer's guide to US foreign policy in Egypt, or has Obama been snookered?. Working Paper Series - Osgoode Hall Law School. p. 10 Feb 2011

Transnational governance of corporate conduct through migration of human rights norms : the potential contribution of transnational "private" litigation. in: Transnational governance and constitutionalism. Oxford: Hart Publishing; p. 287 - 319 2004

Adjucating constitutional priorities in a transnational context : a comment on Soobramoney's legacy and Grootboom's promise. South African journal of human rights. 16 (2):206-68 2000

A memorial for Bosnia : framework of legal arguments concerning the lawfulness of the maintenance of the United Nations Security Council arms embargo on Bosnia and Herzegovina. Michigan journal of international law. 16 (1):1-140 1994

Moral and legal responsibility with respect to alleged mistreatment of transferred detainees in Afghanistan: presentation to the House of Commons Special Committee on the Canadian Mission in Afghanistan. Working Paper Series - Osgoode Hall Law School. p. 24 13 Feb. 2010

Bodies of knowledge : a diversity promotion role for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. in : The future of UN human rights monitoring. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; p. 403-37 2000

Constitutional dialogue. in : Social justice and the constitution: perspectives on the social union for Canada. Ottawa: Carleton University Press; p. 59-83 1992

Expérience politique fédérale

Années de service : 1 309 jours (3 années, 7 mois, 30 jours)

Chambre des communes

Circonscription Affiliation politique au moment de l'élection Date de l'élection Résultat
Toronto--Danforth Nouveau Parti démocratique 2015-10-19 Défait
Toronto--Danforth
Décès de M. Layton, 22-08-2011
Nouveau Parti démocratique 2012-03-19
(Élection partielle)
Élu

Groupe parlementaire

Parti Mandat
Nouveau Parti démocratique 2012-03-19 - 2015-10-18

Fonctions à titre de parlementaire

Porte-parole
Ministère Portefeuille Mandat
Bureau du Conseil privé Réforme démocratique 2012-09-20 - 2015-10-18
Porte-parole adjoint / associé
Ministère Portefeuille Mandat
Justice Justice 2012-04-19 - 2013-01-16
Comités - Chambre des communes

On trouve ci-après la composition des comités par session. Tous les parlementaires ayant siégé à un comité à tout moment durant une session figurent sur la liste.

Comité Rôle Mandat
Comité permanent de la justice et des droits de la personne Membre 41e législature, 1re session
(2011-06-02 - 2013-09-13)
Comité permanent de la procédure et des affaires de la Chambre Membre 41e législature, 1re session
(2011-06-02 - 2013-09-13)
Comité permanent de la procédure et des affaires de la Chambre Membre 41e législature, 2e session
(2013-10-16 - 2015-08-02)

Publications choisies

Le document suivant est une bibliographie sélective contenant les principaux titres ou contributions de la collection d’ouvrages publiés par des parlementaires. Pour en apprendre davantage au sujet des œuvres écrites par des parlementaires, consultez une bibliothèque près de chez vous.

Aucun effort n’a été ménagé pour garantir l’exactitude de l’information qui suit. Si vous trouvez des erreurs, écrivez-nous à parlinfo@parl.gc.ca.

The breakdown of the rule of law in Sri Lanka: an overview. Working Paper Series - Osgoode Hall Law School. p. 20 Sept. 22, 2010

Covenant constitutionalism and the Canada assistance plan. Constitutional forum. 6 (3):79-87 Spring 1995

The interdependence and permeability of human rights norms: towards a partial fusion of the international covenants on human rights. Osgoode Hall law journal. 27 (3):769-878 Fall 1989

CLPE research paper 4/2008 : Diverse persuasion(s): From rhetoric to representation (and back again to rhetoric) in international human rights interpretation. Working Paper Series - Osgoode Hall Law School. p. 80 Jan. 24, 2008

Interpreting intervention. The Canadian yearbook of international law. 39:333-69 2001

Canada's international human rights obligations and disadvantaged members of society : finally into the spotlight. Constitutional forum. 10 (4):97-111 1999

A core curriculum for the transnational legal education of JD and LLB students: surveying the approach of the international, comparative and transnational law program at Osgoode Hall Law School. Penn State law review. 23:757-73 2005

1972 : new approaches to international law. in : Compendium: the first twenty-five years / Les premiers vingt-cinq ans. Ottawa: CCIL; P.128-42 1998

Social values projected and protected: a brief appraisal of the federal and Ontario government proposals. Kingston, Ont: Institute for Intergovernmental Relations; p. 81-92, 95-6 1992

The transnationalization of truth : a meditation on Sri Lanka and Honduras. Ethics in action. 5 (1):36-96 Feb. 2011

Will Canada be an open democracy after may 2?. p. 6 Working Paper Series : Osgoode Hall Law School

Israel's seizure of the Gaza-bound flotilla : applicable laws and legality. Accepted Paper Series - Osgoode Hall Law School. p. 13 20 Oct. 2010 revised 22 Feb. 2011

‘Transnational law' as proto-concept : three conceptions. German law journal. 10 (7): 859-76 July 2009

Introduction to torture as tort : from Sudan to Canada to Somalia. in : Torture as tort : comparative perspectives on the development of transnational human rights litigation. Oxford: Hart Publishing; p. 3-44 2001

CLPE Research Paper No. 13/2011 : Taking tea with torturers : from the Shah of Iran to Egypt's Mubarak to Sri Lanka's Foreign Minister, cozy relationships in US foreign policy need to be questioned. Accepted Paper Series - Osgoode Hall Law School. p. 6 Jan. 2011

Constitutional ropes of sand or justiciable guarantees? Social rights in new South African constitution. University of Pennsylvania law review. 141 (1):1-148 1992

Foreword: making a case for comparative constitutionalism and transnational law. Osgoode Hall law journal. 46 (3):vii-xix 2008

Torture as tort : comparative perspectives on the development of transnational human rights litigation. Hart Publications: 2001

Reaching beyond (without abandoning) the category of "economic, social and cultural rights". Human rights quarterly. 21 (3):633-60 1999

Ronald St. John Macdonald and international legal education. International law FORUM du droit international. 4 (4):215-21 Nov. 2002

Producing an insightful research paper: some elements to consider. Working Paper Series - Osgoode Hall Law School. p. 11 Oct. 1, 2010

Indigenous self-determination and decolonization of the international imagination : a plea. Human rights quarterly. 18 (4):814-20 1996

Multinational enterprises and emergent jurisprudence on violations of economic, social and cultural rights. in : Economic, social and cultural rights : a textbook, 2nd edition. Norwell, Ma: Nijhoff; p. 563-96 2001

Social rights : towards a principled, pragmatic judicial role. ESR Economic and social rights. 21 (3):633-60 Mar. 1999

Translating torture into transnational tort : conceptual divides in the debate on corporate accountability for human rights harms. in : Torture as tort: comparative perspectives on the development of transnational human rights litigation. Oxford: Hart Publications; p. 45-63 2001

Towards the institutional integration of the core human rights treaties. in : Reaching beyond words: giving meaning to economic, social and cultural rights. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press; p. 7-38, fn.213-25 2001

Postscript on “The serious consequences of word games”: the signaling game around the “final opportunity” for Iraq in security council resolution 1441. German law journal. 11 (8/9):943-64 Aug. 2010

Iraq and the serious consequences of word games: language, violence and responsibility in the security council. German law journal. 3 (11) Nov. 2002

CLPE Research Paper No. 10/2011 : a surfer's guide to US foreign policy in Egypt, or has Obama been snookered?. Working Paper Series - Osgoode Hall Law School. p. 10 Feb 2011

Transnational governance of corporate conduct through migration of human rights norms : the potential contribution of transnational "private" litigation. in: Transnational governance and constitutionalism. Oxford: Hart Publishing; p. 287 - 319 2004

Adjucating constitutional priorities in a transnational context : a comment on Soobramoney's legacy and Grootboom's promise. South African journal of human rights. 16 (2):206-68 2000

A memorial for Bosnia : framework of legal arguments concerning the lawfulness of the maintenance of the United Nations Security Council arms embargo on Bosnia and Herzegovina. Michigan journal of international law. 16 (1):1-140 1994

Moral and legal responsibility with respect to alleged mistreatment of transferred detainees in Afghanistan: presentation to the House of Commons Special Committee on the Canadian Mission in Afghanistan. Working Paper Series - Osgoode Hall Law School. p. 24 13 Feb. 2010

Bodies of knowledge : a diversity promotion role for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. in : The future of UN human rights monitoring. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; p. 403-37 2000

Constitutional dialogue. in : Social justice and the constitution: perspectives on the social union for Canada. Ottawa: Carleton University Press; p. 59-83 1992