Human Rights Reviews

Ministry of Education Review of the Peel District School Board by S. Herbert, E. Chadha and S. Richard (March 2020)

Review of George Brown College: Truth & Reconciliation and Anti-Racism/Diversity by N. Bernhardt, E. Chadha, S. Shahidullah and Charles Smith (September 2019), including Diversity and Anti-Racism Background Report for George Brown College

Journal Articles

Chadha E. and Rogers E., “Does the SCC give a “freak” about disability dignity?: The inclusion fallacy 25 years after Eldridge” (2022) 108 Supreme Court Law Review 245

Chadha E., “Communicate Clearly: A Key Way to Protect Against Human Rights Complaints” (2015) 2:2 Canadian Journal of Physician Leadership 42.

Chadha E., “Human Rights Disclosure Litigation: Uncovering Invisible Medical Records” (2010) 28 Windsor Y.B. Access Just. 153

Chadha E., “‘Mentally Defectives’ Not Welcome: Mental Disability in Canadian Immigration Law, 1859-1927” (2008) 28:1 Disability Studies Quarterly Journal

Rosenbaum P. and Chadha E., “Reconstructing Disability: Integrating Disability Theory into Section 15” (2006) 33 Supreme Court Law Review (2d) 343-365

Chadha E., “Running on Empty: The ‘Not So Special Status’ Of Paratransit Services In Ontario” (2005) 20 Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues 1-40

Chadha E. and Sheldon T., “Promoting Equality: Economic and Social Rights For Persons With Disabilities Under Section 15” (2004) 16 National Journal of Constitutional Law 25-98

Chadha E. and Schatz L., “Human Dignity and Economic Integrity For Persons With Disabilities: A Commentary on the Supreme Court’s Decisions in Granovsky and Martin(2004) 19 Journal of Law and Social Policy 94-122

Chadha E. and Holder B., “Case Commentary – Turnbull, et al. v. Famous Players” (2002) 17 Journal of Law and Social Policy 145-156

Book Chapters

Tasa, K. and Chadha E., “Conflict Resolution through Negotiation and MediationBlackwell Handbook of Principles of Organizational Behaviour (3rd Edition) (Wiley, 2023)

Chadha E. and Mykitiuk R., “Article 6 Women With Disabilities”, in The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, (eds.) I. Bantekas, M.A. Stein & D. Anastasiou (Oxford University Press, 2018).

Mykitiuk R. and Chadha E., “Sites of Exclusion: Disabled Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Rights” in Critical Perspectives on Human Rights and Disability Law, (eds.) L.A. Basser, M. Jones & M. Rioux (Martinus Nijhoff, Brill Publishers, 2010)

Chadha E. The Social Phenomenon of Handicapping” Adding Feminism to Law: The Contributions of Justice Claire L’Heureux-Dubé (Toronto: Irwin Law, 2004) 209-227.


Ena Chadha served as a Vice-Chair of the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario from September 2007 to September 2015.  During her tenure, Ena authored hundreds of decisions dealing with procedural and jurisdictional issues and merits decision involving topics such as, sexual harassment, racial profiling, duty to accommodate and breach of settlements.

For a full listing of Decisions rendered by Ena Chadha, please link here.