Rambling from Glumslöv to Landskrona (Sweden)

This is a wonderful coastal walk, easily accessible from Malmö by train. The train goes from Malmö Central Station to Glumslöv, a small village just off the coast of Skåne in Southern Sweden. Stepping off in Glumslöv, there is a small grocery store near the train station to pick up supplies. There are different routesContinue reading “Rambling from Glumslöv to Landskrona (Sweden)”

Rambling from Eastbourne to Seaford (the Seven Sisters)

This is a beautiful walk along the white cliffs from Eastbourne to Seaford. You can take public transit (or drive) to Eastbourne and walk all the way to Seaford along the coastal cliffs. There are frequent busses back from Seaford to Eastbourne, making this a great one-way walk. The walk is around 18-21km depending onContinue reading “Rambling from Eastbourne to Seaford (the Seven Sisters)”

Submissions to the Government of Canada on the Renewal of the Responsible Business Conduct Strategy

My colleagues and I at Citizen Lab have published submissions we made to the Government of Canada in regards to its public consultation to update the Responsible Business Conduct strategy. We focus on international human rights harms that flow from the use of Canadian-made technologies used abroad. The entire submissions are available here, with ourContinue reading “Submissions to the Government of Canada on the Renewal of the Responsible Business Conduct Strategy”

New article: Detaining the Uncooperative Migrant

I have a new article out in the Journal of Law and Social Policy with colleague Molly Joeck on the role of “non-cooperation” in detaining migrants under Canadian immigration law: Abstract A migrant held in a Canadian prison refuses to hand over a DNA sample to the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA). Another refuses toContinue reading “New article: Detaining the Uncooperative Migrant”

Climbing Via Ferratas in Val D’Aran (Spain)

Via Ferrata Unha Just shy of 800 meters, this via ferrata proceeds in three stages (with escapes after stage 1 and stage 2) to climb up to 2220 meters. There is one Tibetan bridge, a dangling ladder, and a few challenging overhanging sections, among other obstacles to conquer. There is nothing quite like the sensationContinue reading “Climbing Via Ferratas in Val D’Aran (Spain)”

Rambling to Lac d’Arrius, Lac Tort d’Arrius & Lac del Mar (Spain)

This was my second glimpse of the unique world of the Spanish Pyrenees. Starting from the old Hospital de Vielha (at the end of the mouth of the tunnel that goes to Vielha), we hiked up to Lac d’Arrius/l’Estanh de Rius, Lac Tort d’Arrius/Estanh Tort de Rius and Lac de Mar/Estanh del Mar and backContinue reading “Rambling to Lac d’Arrius, Lac Tort d’Arrius & Lac del Mar (Spain)”