As with our Phase I MCRI project, the dissemination of knowledge will be integral to Phase II. Dissemination of research results will be the focus of Stage Three of the Project. Naturally, the project will result in extensive academic publishing, through scholarly journals and through a dedicated book series already negotiated with UBC Press. We will also continue to disseminate research results through our e-journal, websites, closed and open bulletin boards, and opportunities for graduate students and post-docs across Canada to present papers for circulation and publication. As well, dissemination channels already established in our initial MCRI for a broad array of public and private sector stakeholders and the academic and policy communities will be further developed in this Phase II MCRI project.
Additionally, Policy workshops will be held for decision makers from government, NGO, and private sector actors in Canada and internationally, who are grappling with dilemmas of coordinated compliance with trade and human rights standards. Among those, the IAR Summer Institute offers government, NGO, and private sectors to dispute resolution and dispute prevention strategies related to integration of trade and human rights compliance.