Partnership with the CRIMT
Over the years, the LLDRL has carried out some of its research and activities in collaboration with the CRIMT, Montreal's Interuniversity Research Centre on Globalization and Work.
CRIMT is a Canadian-based interuniversity research centre with a focus on the theoretical and practical challenges of institutional renewal for work and employment in a global era. Physically located at the University of Montreal, Université Laval (in Québec City) and HEC Montreal, CRIMT is a centre of excellence in research and a fertile training ground for graduate students in industrial relations, human resources management, sociology, economics, management and labour law. It is made up of roughly sixty university co-researchers and more than one hundred and fifty graduate students work on projects related to the CRIMT's main axes of research.
Collaborative research efforts
Many of our members are actively involved with the research activities of the CRIMT, either as coordinators or research- collaborators on projects related to the CRIMT' second and third research themes: " The New Frontiers of Citizenship at Work" and "The Restructuring of the State and of its Modes of Regulation." A list of CRIMT’s extensive support of graduate and post-graduate students, including those supervised by Professor Blackett, is available here.
In addition to collaborating on important research projects, the LLDRL and the CRIMT have co-organized several seminars, conferences, and videoconference since the LLDRL's foundation. CRIMT has also contributed significant logistical support, notably through the use of videoconferencing equipment.