Labour Migration, Development & Human Rights

Seminar Series

This lecture series aims to provide a platform for emerging and established scholars to share their research and perspectives on issues relevant to labour migration, development and human rights. The lecture series will cover a wide range of topics, and approach the subjects from a diverse body of theoretical and disciplinary frameworks. This project further aims to provide a space in which a wide variety of individuals whose work interacts with these themes can come together in conversation about the ideas and approaches emerging in respect of labour migration, development and human rights.

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Events in the Series
  Gabriela Medici

Counterbalancing the Legislative Precariousness of Domestic Carework in Switzerland through Civil Rights – Potentials and Limitations of the Human Rights-Centred Approach in the Swiss Context

Gabriela Medici
10 November, 2014

Gabriela Medici at the Seminar Series, “Labour Migration, Development, & Human Rights.”

Lundi, 10 novembre, 13:00 – 14:30, NCDH salle 609

NCDH Room 609
McGill Faculty of Law
3644 Peel Street
Montreal

Lunch will be served. RSVPs to oppenheimer@mcgill.ca encouraged, but not required.

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Migrant Labour: Conditions for/of Unfreedom under Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Programs

27 October, 2014

Bethany Hastie at the Seminar Series, “Labour Migration, Development, & Human Rights.”

Monday, October 27, 1:00 – 2:30 PM

NCDH Room 609
McGill Faculty of Law
3644 Peel Street
Montreal

Lunch will be served. RSVPs to oppenheimer@mcgill.ca encouraged, but not required.

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Seminar Series