Humanities for Young People (HYP) will present a public panel featuring Naiomi Metallic. Ms. Metallic holds the Chancellor’s Chair in Aboriginal Law and Policy at Dalhousie’s Schulich School of Law, and is one of Canada’s top-ranked experts in Aboriginal Law. She will be speaking about how the law can be a tool for reconciliation and improving the lives of Indigenous peoples.

Humanities for Young People (HYP) is a summer program for high-school students hosted by King’s. The theme for HYP 2017 is the Challenges of Reconciliation, and HYP is delighted to invite the Halifax community to this presentation featuring one of Canada’s leading Indigenous scholars and advocates. The event is free and open to the public.