Mylène Coderre is a PhD student at the School of International Development and Global Studies, University of Ottawa. She also holds a BA in International Studies (Université de Montréal) and a MA in Political Science (UQAM).
Her doctoral research aims to understand how recruitment processes of Guatemalan agricultural workers in Canada shape their migration experiences. Her research interests include non-state actors in international migration, temporary migration programs, relationships between natural resources and migration. Over the past few years, Mylene has been involved in a number of research projects in the fields of international labour migration and mining policies.
As a research assistant to Dr. Delphine Nakache, Mylène’s work with On the Move partnership focuses on living and working conditions of temporary foreign workers under the International Experience Canada (EIC) Program.