Pearl Eliadis is a human right lawyer, lecturer and author. Her practice focuses on international human rights law, and includes
Pearl Eliadis is designated by the UNDP as a Human Rights Expert and and expert in Rapid Responses in Crisis Prevention and Recovery.
She teaches Civil Liberties at McGill's Faculty of Law and has published extensively on human rights and equality law. She is a full member of the McGill Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism.
In 2013, Pearl was appointed President of the Quebec Bar Association's Advisory Committee on Human Rights.
Pressing for social justice at the community, national and international levels, she has served as president and on the board of a leading Canadian women's shelter and anti-violence organization, working with immigrant and ethnic minority women. Pearl has received several awards for her work, including the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal and the Canada 125 Medal.
Country Working Experience
Canada, China, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Tajikistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Timor Leste.