Hayli Millar is an Associate Professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of the Fraser Valley, British Columbia (Canada) and a Senior Associate of the International Centre for Criminal Law Reform and Criminal Justice Policy. She holds postgraduate degrees in criminology (M.A.) and law (Ph.D.) and has lived and worked internationally as a consultant to the United Nations and as a gender and development specialist for the Asian Development Bank. She specializes in comparative socio-legal research and has worked on projects in Canada and abroad on alternative dispute resolution, transitional (post-conflict) justice, human trafficking, and improving access to justice for historically marginalized groups such as women, children and youth, Indigenous persons, migrants and racialized communities.
Published on: 02/01/2017
This report highlights the growing influence of an evolving international legal standard establishing a yet to be fully defined requirement for criminal courts to systematically recognize and consider the best interests of a child when sentencing a parent or a legal guardian.Download
Published on: 10/15/2015
This study aims to assess the empirical evidence about human trafficking in Canada with a view to advancing migrant workers' access to justice.Download