Mini-Conference on Migrant Vulnerability

Event

 text and food

April 21, 2017  | SSMU Building Room 302 | 13:30-16:00

Unspoken Migrant Vulnerability in Canada and Asian Countries

Presenters

  • Jill Hanley (School of Social Work, McGill University)
  • Linamar Campos (Department of Geography, Université de Montréal), “Living Better, but Separated: the Emotional Costs of Being an Agricultural Temporary Foreign Worker”
  • ​Danièle Bélanger (Department of Geography, Université Laval), "Migrant Workers' Vulnerability in Southeast and East Asian Context as Multi-Sited and Transnational"
  • Zachariah Su (Department of Political Science, McGill University),“’Cheap Plus Plus’: The Policies and Politics of Migrant Vulnerability in Singapore”
  • Kazue Takamura (Institute for the Study of International Development, McGill University), "Contextualizing Migrant Vulnerability: Discursive Construction of 'Deportable Foreigners' in Japan"
  • Discussant: Aziz Choudry (Faculty of Education, McGill University)   

Schedule

  • 16:00-16:30 Break
  • 16:30-18:00 Film Screening of Migrant Dreams
  • 18:00-19:00 Film Discussion with the Director Min Sook Lee

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