Naama Ofrath was a doctoral research fellow in the Ethics, Law, and Politics department and an SJD candidate at the University of Toronto. Her interest lies in legal and philosophical aspects of diversity in the context of liberalism. Her past research has concerned religious accommodation in liberal societies, focusing on the Islamic veil controversies in Europe and Canada.
In her doctoral thesis, she is investigating family-class immigration policies and their relationship with diversity and individual rights. Noting the current global trend of limiting access to family reunification, she is exploring the theoretical justifications for family-class immigration and their policy implications.
Naama earned an LLB from Tel Aviv University, an MSc in philosophy and public policy from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and an LLM from Queen's University.
- The right to family-class immigration (completed)