Eugénie Depatie-Pelletier has a Master’s Degree in Demography and a PhD in Law from the University of Montreal, Quebec. She specialises in immigration law and policies protecting the fundamental rights of (im)migrants. She has published dozens of articles, book chapters, and research reports on the impact of migration policies on foreign workers – for academic purposes as well as for non-profit organisations, the Canadian and the Chinese governments, and different branch commissions of the UN. Since 2015, she has chaired the Association for the Rights of Household and Farm Workers, a non-profit organisation founded in 1975 promoting the rights of people working in their employer’s household. Eugénie coordinates and contributes to various research projects, including a study on the Pan-Canadian impact of a federal measure that provides 12 month open-work permits to temporary foreign workers who have demonstrated having experienced or being at risk of abuse.