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Public Record - North American Integration (Part 6 of 8)


Proceedings of the conference “North American Integration: Migration, Trade, and Security” hosted by the Institute for Research on Public Policy in Ottawa, Ont., April 1, 2004.

In a session entitled “Public Involvement: How Can We Involve Civil Societies?,” Carole J. Wilson (University of Texas at Dallas) describes the role of the public in integration and attitudes towards integration, while Sandra Polaski (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) speaks about labour rights and labour institutions. The panel is introduced by Hugh Segal (president of the Institute for Research on Public Policy) and by the session chair, Richard O. Mason (Southern Methodist University). Jean-François Prud’Homme (El Colegio de México) is the respondent. After their presentations, the panellists respond to questions from audience members.


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