Event Information

Start Date:2014/06/18
End Date:2014/06/18
Location:Montreal

On Wednesday, June 18, 2014, a Knowledge Circle lunch presentation was held in Montreal. Special guest speakers were CIFAR Advisor Gérard Bouchard (University of Quebec at Chicoutimi) and CIFAR Senior Fellow Jane Jenson (University of Montreal), both in CIFAR’s program in Successful Societies. They presented views on how different countries around the world are responding to the challenge of migration, and suggested options that could provide models for Canada and Quebec.


PRESENTERS


Presenters

Photo of Jane Jenson

Jane Jenson Université de Montréal, Department of Political Science
Photo of Gérard Bouchard

Gérard Bouchard Université du Québec à Chicoutimi, Department of Human and Social Sciences

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