François Crépeau holds the Hans & Tamar Oppenheimer Chair in Public International Law and is Hans & Tamar Professor in International Law at the Faculty of Law of McGill University.
William Martin coordinates the Hans & Tamar Oppenheimer Chair in Public International Law.
Idil Atak holds a LL.D. in international law (University of Montreal, 2010) and is a sessional lecturer at the University of Montreal. She studies the rights of irregular migrants in Europe.
Janet Cleveland is a psychologist, legal scholar and anthropologist who studies various aspects of the refugee status determination process in Canada, the situation of psychologically vulnerable persons, and the detention of asylum seekers.
Estibaliz Jimenez is guest professor at the School of Criminology at the University of Montreal. She also is associate professor at the Faculty of Law at the University of Sherbrooke.
Ekaterina Krivenko Yahyaoui is a Lecturer at the Irish Centre for Human Rights (ICHR), School of Law, National University of Ireland, Galway. Her research interests include human rights with a particular emphasis on the international protection of women’s rights, relationship between Islam and human rights protection, international refugee and migration law, comparative law and legal cultures, feminist analyses of law, law and humanities.
Delphine Nakache is professor at the School of International Development and Globalisation of the University of Ottawa. She teaches international public law and immigration and refugee law.
Michel Peterson is a psychoanalyst, social worker and professor of literature. He is also a clinician for asylum seekers who were victims of organized violence, and has written books and articles on the subject.
Victor Piché is a sociologist and a demographer specialized in international migrations. Honorary Professor of the University of Montreal, he now works specifically on migrant workers’ rights.
Martin Provencher is a regular professor of philosophy at the College de Rosemont. He works on three interrelated themes : freedom of movement and the reduction of socio-economic inequalities in the theories of global justice, moral justification of alternatives statuses to citizenship for migrants and forced migration induced by climate change.
Anne-Claire Gayet holds a Masters in International Studies and is candidate to the LLM at Université de Montréal.
Bethany Hastie is a DCL student at McGill University. She is currently researching issues of human trafficking for labour exploitation under Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Programs.
Noura Karazivan is a professor at the University of Montreal. She is doing research of the territorial reach on the protection of human rights in Canada.
Karine Mac Allister is a PhD student at the University of Montreal. She is doing research on the international standards applicable to population transfers.
Anna-Lise Purkey is a PhD student at McGill University. She works on the role of refugees in the diverse post-conflict transitional justice processes.