50 Ottawa L. Rev. 1 (2019)

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Le droit     1'alimentation au Canada: Un entretien avec la

professeure Martha Jackman


Martha Jackman


LA PROFESSEURE MARTHA JACKMAN est
sp4cialiste en droit constitutionnel
canadien et consacre une grande partie
de sa recherche h 4tudier les probl~mes
juridiques qui sont li4s h la protection
des femmes et d'autres groupes mar-
ginalis4s. Elle enseigne le droit consti-
tutionnel au Programme de common
law en franqais h l'Universitd d'Ottawa
depuis 1988. De plus, la professeure
Jackman est la co-pr4sidente de l'Asso-
ciation nationale Femmes et Droit et une
ancienne membre du Conseil de direc-
tion des Fonds d'action et d'4ducation
juridiques pour les femmes (FAEJ) ainsi
que du Comit4 des droits h l'4galit4 du
Programme de contestation judiciaire.
En 2007, on lui a d4cern4 la m4daille
du Barreau du Haut-Canada; en 2015
elle a m4rit4 le prix <<Les assises>> de
l'Association du Barreau canadien; et en
2017 elle a 4t4 4lue membre de la Soci4t4
royale du Canada.
    Le 29 mai 2018, Taylor Wormington,
r4dacteur en chef des articles en fran-
qais de la Revue de droit d'Ottawa, s'est
entretenu avec la professeure Jackman
pour discuter du droit h l'alimentation au
Canada. Selon la professeure Jackman,
ce droit serait enchass4 dans l'article
7 de la Charte canadienne des droits et
libert~s.


PROFESSOR MARTHA JACKMAN is a spe-
cialist in Canadian Constitutional Law
and dedicates a major portion of her
research to study issues relating to
women and other marginalized groups.
She has taught Constitutional Law in the
French Common Law Program at the
University of Ottawa since 1988. In addi-
tion, Professor Jackman is the Co-chair
of the National Association of Women
and the Law and is a former member of
the Board of the Women's Legal Edu-
cation and Action Fund (LEAF) and of
the Equality Rights Panel of the Court
Challenges Program. In 2007, she was
awarded the Law Society of Upper Can-
ada Medal; in 2015 she was the recipi-
ent of the Canadian Bar Association's
Touchstone Award; and in 2017 she was
elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of
Canada.
    On May 291h, 2018, Taylor Worming-
ton, Editor-in-Chief of the Ottawa Law
Review's French language articles, met
with Professor Jackman to discuss the
right to food in Canada. According to
Professor Jackman, this right is pro-
tected under section 7 of the Canadian
Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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