Sarah Marsden is a PhD student in the Faculty of Law. Her studies focus on temporary and undocumented labour migration in Canada and as a global phenomenon, drawing on scholarship in law, sociology, geography, and history. She is interested in documenting the impact of governance and regulatory structures on migrant workers, particularly with regard to rights and membership in the host state.
Sarah obtained her LL.B. and LL.M from the University of Victoria, and subsequently spent time working as a judicial clerk for the Federal Court of Canada, and as an immigration and refugee lawyer in Vancouver. Most recently, she has been involved in starting an immigration and refugee clinic for low-income clients through UBC’s Law Students Legal Advice Program.
Supervisors: Dr. Catherine Dauvergne, Canada Research Chair in Migration, Faculty of Law; Dr. Geraldine Pratt, Faculty of Geography; Dr. Emma Cunliffe, Facuty of Law.
- Pang-ekonomiyang sektor
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, and Iba
- Mga Uri ng Nilalaman
- Regulasyon lugar
Karapatang magpalit ng employer, Kanan upang ayusin ang, Labour Standards, Kalusugan at Kaligtasan, Pagsasama-sama ng mga programa para sa mga bagong dating, Kalusugan at Serbisyong Panlipunan, Access sa permanenteng katayuan, Family reunification, Legal Aid, EI, Kabutihan, Karapatan sa pagkakapantay-pantay (kasarian), Karapatan sa pagkakapantay-pantay (bayang pinanggalingan), Karapatan sa kalayaan, and Karapatan sa karangalan
- Geographical kaugnayan
Canada, Ontario, Alberta, Manitoba, Quebec, British Columbia, Iba pang mga Lalawigan, Pederal, and Nova Scotia
- Spheres ng aktibidad
Karapatan and Pampulitika Agham