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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