Framing Labour Mobility

This blog post forms part of the Dean Maxwell & Isle Cohen Seminar on International Law: The 2021 Digital Edition, a collaboration between the Jurists’ Diction - McGill Graduate Law Blog and the Graduate Law Students Association Conference Committee in charge of the organization of the Annual McGill Graduate Law Conference on “Law and the City” to be held virtually at the Faculty of Law of the McGill University on 6-7 May 2021.

The blog post investigates the role played by local authorities in shaping the international agenda under a public international law perspective and you can read it on the following link: Framing Labour Mobility, Investment Migration and Development Cooperation as Emerging Strategies to Implement Objectives 2 and 5 of the GCM