Congratulations Augustine Augustine Gnimpieba Jiogo for submitting her master's thesis!

Augustine Gnimpieba Jiogo, master's student in international law under the supervision of Professor Catherine Régis, has just submitted her master thesis entitled « Les enjeux juridiques de la circulation en ligne des médicaments dans un contexte global en mutation » (The legal issues of the online circulation of medicines in a changing global context). Augustine […] Read more

News Conferences

Tête-à-tête: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Universities – AI for Health

The Consortium Santé Numérique, the Délégation générale du Québec a Munich and the Représentation de l’État de Bavière à Montréal, organized the virtual event Tête-à-tête: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Universities – AI for Health happening on July 7, 2021 from 8am-9am (EDT). During this event, Catherine Régis, Yoshua Bengio (Scientific Director – MILA) and Fabian Theis (Professor […] Read more

News Conferences

27e Journée de droit de la santé – Conférence: « Le droit de la santé à l’épreuve d’une pandémie », 31 août 2021.

This content is not available in the selected language. Dans le cadre de la célébration de la 27e journée du droit de la santé, assistez à la conférence « Le droit de la santé à l’épreuve d’une pandémie » où des exposants, provenant de tous les coins du globe, présenteront les enjeux et les apprentissages de cette pandémie mondiale. […] Read more


Colloquium « Les organisations internationales en transformation », videos available online (in French)

January 20 and 21 2021, many experts and specialists joined forces to discuss the current state of international organizations, especially to reflect critically on the United Nations. Certainly, many challenges have hindered the operations of such entities due to climate change, the resurgence of local conflicts as well as sociopolitical and religious instability within certain […] Read more


LINK No. 138 - A Brief Summary of the Webinar : « Les organisations internationales en transformation » (Jan. 20-21, 2021)

The latest edition of the LINK Magazine by the Association of Former UNESCO Staff Members includes a brief summary of the webinar Les organisations internationales en transformation. The author of the article, Georges Kutukdjian, lists the topics covered during the event which revolved around the United Nation's operations and the implications behind reforming the Security […] Read more


Call for proposals - Mila and UNESCO

Mila Québec and UNESCO have united and are calling upon academics and scholars, the civil society,  artists and experts in the AI field to submit a research proposal.  The goal?  To expose AI developments and its challenges.   To begin, one question remains: “WHAT ARE THE BLIND SPOTS ON WHICH WE MUST SHED LIGHT IN ORDER FOR […] Read more

Blog posts

L’inconduite sexuelle chez les professionnels de la santé et le Rapport Corte-Desrosiers: Faut-il aller plus loin que la “Loi 11”?

This content is not available in the selected language. Par Marco Laverdière, avocat, chercheur associé de la Chaire de recherche du Canada sur la culture collaborative en droit et politiques de la santé de l’Université de Montréal, enseignant au programme de maîtrise en droit et politiques de la santé de l’Université de Sherbrooke et directeur général […] Read more


Interprofessional education and collaborative practice policies and law: an international review and reflective questions

 Through the use of two conceptual models and real-world examples, this review article allows IPECP promoters to identify policy issues that must be addressed to foster IPECP. Using a global approach, this article aims to foster reflection among promoters and stakeholders of IPECP on the global policy and law environment that influences IPECP implementation. Written […] Read more