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Investigador / equipo de investigación

Victor Piché

Descripción

Victor Piché is honorary professor at the department of demography of Université de Montréal, specialised in the field of international migration. For the last ten years, he has been interested in the links between international migration and globalisation, focussing on the rights of migrant workers. He has directed a study for UNESCO on the reasons why Canada refuses to ratify the UN Convention on the protection of the rights of migrants and members of their families.

He has carried out several surveys on migration in West Africa as well as in Quebec. His recent work on Africa focuses on international migration and regional integration.

Most of his research deals with the economic integration of migrants in Montreal as well as in major West African cities (Ouagadougou, Bamako and Dakar). He has recently completed a survey on remittances to Haiti of Haitians living in Montreal in collaboration with colleagues from York University (Toronto) who have carried out the same survey among Jamaicans. Finally, he was director of a Bill & Melinda Gates project which has developed a masters degree in population and health at the University of Ouagadougou.

Victor Piché was professor in the Department of Demography at the University of Montreal from 1972 to 2006. He was also senior advisor on international migration and human rights for Action Canada for Population and Development.

Recent publications :

PICHÉ, Victor. 2005. « Immigration, Globalization and Cultural Diversity: New Challenges for the 21st Century », Labor, Capital and Society/Travail, Capital et Société, 37, 1-2 : 210-233.

PICHÉ, Victor, Eugénie PELLETIER & Dina EPALE. 2006. Identification of obstacles to the ratification Of the UN Convention on the protection of the rights of migrant workers and memebers of their families : the Canadian case Paris : UNESCO (see UNESCO website).

PICHÉ, Victor. 2007. « Une politique canadienne discriminatoire », Relations, no. 720, oct.-nov.), p. 15-18.

OUÉDRAOGO, Dieudonné & Victor, PICHÉ (eds). 2007. Dynamique migratoire, insertion urbaine et environnement au Burkina Faso : Au-delà de la houe, Paris et Ouagadougou, L’Harmattan et Presses universitaires de Ouagadougou.

PICHÉ, Victor, Eugénie PELLETIER & Dina EPALE. 2008. “La Convention des Nations Unies sur les droits des travailleurs migrants: la situation au Canada », Hommes et migrations, no 1271, janvier – février, p. 66-81.

Piché, Victor. 2008. « Les travailleurs migrants, nouveaux non-citoyens du monde », Possibles, vol. 32, no 3-4, p.41-51.

PICHÉ, Victor. 2009. “Migrations internationales et droits de la personne : vers un nouveau paradigme?”, in Crépeau, François. Nakache, Delphine et Atak, Idil (eds), Les migrations internationales contemporaines. Une dynamique complexe au cœur de la globalisation, Montréal, Les Presses de l’Université de Montréal, p.350-369.

PICHÉ, Victor, Eugénie PELLETIER & Dina EPALE. 2009. “Obstacles to ratification of the ICRMW in Canada”, dans De Guchteneire, Paul, Pecoud, Anbtoine & Cholewinski, Ryszard, (eds). Migration and Human Rights: The United Convention on Migrant Workers’ Rights, Cambridge University Press, Chapter 8.

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Activo

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Los sectores económicos

Agriculture and horticulture workers, Occupations in services - Domestic work, Sales and service occupations - general, Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations - general, Natural resources, agriculture and related production occupations - general, Labourers in food, beverage and associated products processing, Dancers, y Otro

Tipos de contenido

Policy analysis

Los grupos destinatarios

Legisladores, Conciencia Pública, Los investigadores, y ONG / grupos comunitarios / redes de solidaridad

Áreas de regulación

Salud y Seguridad, Bienestar, Criterios para la selección de los trabajadores migrantes (im), Derecho a la igualdad (de género), Salud y Servicios Sociales, La reunificación familiar, Regularización de la condición procedimiento, Derecho a organizarse, Programas de integración para los recién llegados, Las remesas y programas de desarrollo co-, Asistencia Legal, Determinación de los salarios decentes y la escasez de mano de obra, Derecho a la libertad, Derecho a elegir su lugar de residencia, El acceso a la condición de permanente, Mecanismos para el reembolso de la migración, Juicio justo antes de la deportación, Derecho a cambiar de empleador, Las agencias de contratación y la inversión, Viajar al extranjero y regresar a casa, Normas Laborales, Calidad de la vivienda, Derecho a la dignidad, Gratuitos para servicios de colocación, Derecho a la igualdad (estatus social), EI, Derecho a la igualdad (origen nacional), y Derecho a la privacidad

Relevancia geográfica

Canada, Ontario, Alberta, Manitoba, Quebec, Colombia Británica, Otras provincias, El África subsahariana, Federal, Sudáfrica, y Nueva Escocia

Esferas de la actividad

Derecho, Ciencias Políticas, y Socioligie

Idiomas

Francés, Inglés, y Español