We are witnessing the largest migration of people fleeing war and difficulty since WW2. How should states face these challenges? Are there solutions that politicians are ignoring? To discuss are four McGill professors: Francois Crépeau, UN Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Migrants; Adelle Blackett, Director, Labour Law & Development Research Laboratory; Jill Hanley, School of Social Work, co-founder of the Immigrant Workers Center in Montreal, and; Laura Madokoro, History, specializing in the relationship between race, migration and humanitarianism. Moderated by Jacquie Rourke.
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