Excerpt of CBC Radio program that features GJC President Akila Radhakrishnan.
"We set something out there that's aspirational, but it doesn't make it perfect," Radakrishnan tells IDEAS. She explains that a common issue in the discourse around human rights is the focus is often on protecting the law and "not about protecting the people."
"If something is written in a way that is too much in the colonial tradition, we need to rethink it.
"We should be listening to those voices and thinking about how to adapt (the law) and put it into practice in a way that responds to real needs."