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Justine is a master candidate in Public and International Affairs at Glendon College, and President of the Graduate Student Association of her program. She is a coordinator at the Resource Spanish Center. She has a keen regional focus on Central and South American countries. Her interests comprise governance, human rights, diplomacy, economic relations, gender and security. She is fluent in French, English and has good notions of Spanish. She completed a BSc. in International studies from the University of Montreal, and was an exchange student at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile. In Chile, she assisted the Second Secretary of the Embassy of Canada in Chile in Political and Public affairs. She look forward to work with the CCr2P as the Associate Director of the French and Spanish divisions.Read More
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Having lived in Milan, Beijing and Zurich, Martina is excited to make Toronto her home. Currently enrolled in Munk One and working as a Crisis Analyst with NAMUN, she is always excited to engage with global affairs and international relations. She finds it especially interesting when global issues require critical thinking, in regard to often contentious moral values, ethics and principles of justice. She hopes to further her experience and knowledge of Canadian values and international human rights by working with CCR2P.Read More
Armin is a first year student at Trinity College of the University of Toronto, currently pursuing International Relations and Neuroscience and enrolled in the Trinity One International Relations Stream. Armin is a current compliance analyst in the G7 and G20 research groups, as well as a first-year member of the International Relations Society based out of Trinity College. Armin was introduced to R2P through Speech and Debate career in high school when the CCR2P did a presentation on it prior to the Hart House tournament. Since, he has developed a further interest in CCR2P and its worldwide proliferation and implications.Read More
Hunter is a third-year International Relations and Economics student interested in studying international institutions and other structured forms of cross-border cooperation. The relationship between these organizations and R2P is a topic of great interest to him, having become a research interest of his while in the Margaret MacMillan Trinity One Program International Relations Stream. Serving CCR2P as a research analyst last year, Hunter is thrilled to join the Board of Directors and looks forward to continuing the university chapters project that he worked on as an intern this past summer. He also works with the North American Model United Nations as Director of General Assemblies.
Jack is a second year student at Trinity College, currently enrolled in a double major in Peace, Conflict and Justice Studies and International Relations. He's an alumnus of the Trinity One International Relations Program, and hopes to become more involved with the international security aspect of CCR2P policy. His other major interests include regional state development in Latin America, and the future role of the United States in enacting R2P. Jack hails from San Francisco, California.Read More
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Sabrina is a second year student at the University of Toronto at Trinity College. She is pursuing a double major in Philosophy and Political Science. For extra-curriculars she is part of sober patrol, does Muay-Thai and boxing, and is an active member of her college.Read More
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Nina Lu is a second year Trinity College student pursuing a double major in Ethics, Society, and Law and International Relations. She serves on the executive team of various groups on campus dedicated to raising awareness about human rights, global health, and social justice issues, including Students for Partners in Health and World Vision Campus. She is passionate about issues of human rights and global health issues and is excited to educate others about the importance of the Responsibility to Protect.Read More
Sabrina is a second year student at Trinity College pursuing a double major in Anthropology and History of Art. She has recently graduated from the Margaret Macmillan Trinity One Programs Ethics stream, which has led to an increased interest in the application of theories towards issues of justice through an international lens. She is excited to contribute more to the principles of R2P and the CCR2P teamRead More
Sergio is the current webmaster for the CCR2P website, having previously served as a youth outreach officer. He has had an interest in international relations for years and was glad to take part in CCR2P, especially since its goals of preventing atrocities and protecting populations from state failure resonated with his own background. He is currently enrolled as a student at the University of Toronto, hoping to become a specialist in International Relations, and volunteers for the Federal Government. Sergio will be uploading bios and photographs of CCR2P's members, including the ones you are seeing and reading right now.
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Alyssa is a second-year student at Victoria College at the University of Toronto pursuing a major in International Relations with a double minor in English and French. She is very much interested in exploring the intersection between global security, human rights, and international law in relation to R2P. Alyssa is currently the Director of Social Functions with UN Women UofT, and looks forward to bringing her experience as she serves as the Youth Outreach Officer, here at the Canadian Centre for the Responsibility to Protect.Read More
Sasha Aristotle is a second year student studying History, English and Economics. Sasha is involved with a number of organizations on campus including the undergraduate legal journal Intra Vires, the Victoria University Students' Administrative Council's Equity Commission, and the Hart House Review. Off campus, Sasha enjoys working on Amnesty International's GTA Youth Council and as the Legal and Compliance Intern at Burgundy Asset Management. After completing her undergraduate degree, Sasha plans to attend law school. Sasha is greatly looking forward to enhancing her passion for international affairs and human rights by working with the CCR2P's research team.Read More
Maria del Mar Cuevas is currently a first year student at the University of Toronto planning on double majoring in International Relations and Contemporary Asian Studies. Maria del Mar is passionate about Global Affairs and has had the opportunity to represent Canada in China for a trade mission with Global Vision Junior Team Canada. She was selected out of a pool of several hundred students across the country to represent to be one of the 50 youth ambassadors representing Canadian industry sectors abroad while working with youth from across the nation. While she was in Chongqing, Chengdu, Kunming, and Hong Kong, she worked with the Canadian Consulate and the Canada-China Business Council to collect market intelligence and key contacts for Canadian sponsors in different industries. This summer, Maria del Mar also interned at the United Nations Association in Canada where she mostly worked on youth outreach and research for the Active Citizens in Social Enterprise Program with the British council. Currently, she is fluent in French, Spanish and English.Read More
Zeus is a first-year student at Trinity College in the Munk One program. He intends to major in economics and international relations. Zeus believes in Canada's responsibility to preserve human rights abroad and is an advocate of UN peacekeeping efforts. He hopes to raise awareness for these issues as a Research AnalystRead More
Sharika is a fourth-year undergraduate student at the University of Toronto. She is pursuing a double-major in International Relations and Political Science with a minor in History. Sharika’s passion for international studies and social justice issues has spurred her involvement with Because I am a Girl, UNICEF, as well as the G7 Research Group and the G20 Research Group at the Munk School of Global Affairs. In view of ongoing conflicts and crises around the world, she is particularly interested in how R2P can be embraced, promoted, and operationalized by states to respond to these issues.Read More
Ethan Strathdee is a first-year student at Trinity College at the University of Toronto, where he is participating in the Margaret MacMillan Trinity One Program in International Relations. He hopes to eventually study International Relations, Public Policy, and, ultimately, law. As a research analyst, he hopes to explore R2P’s relationship with the principles of international law, and to help encourage engagement with what he views as an important principle for creating a more humanitarian international system.Read More
Alex Gadoury is a third year student at Trinity College in the University of Toronto. He is currently pursuing a major in Ethics, Society and Law- with two minors in Sociology and Political Science respectively. Alex’s involvement with CCR2P stems from a passion for international law, and the Ethical responsibilities surrounding nationhood. He finds R2P particularly relevant in recent years, where despite notable improvements there exist deep ideological rifts between UN member nations and the international community at large. In his role as associate director of recruitment, Alex looks forward promoting the CCR2P amongst peers- and further broadening the scope of an organization (and principle) that he finds deeply necessary for the world today.
Daniella is a third year student at the University of Toronto majoring in Political Science, and double minoring in Human Geography and Spanish. She enjoys learning about other cultures and how countries interact in the ever-changing international sphere. Learning about the Kosovo war in the Pearson stream of Vic One, she has gained interest in the war crimes committed and human rights violations imposed. In addition, traveling to Southeast Asia has made her more aware of Indonesian migrant labour workers and how they are consistently targets of human rights violations. Daniella is also multilingual with fluency in English, French, Czech, and advanced proficiency in Spanish. She is excited to join the CCR2P as a Research Analyst to learn more about human rights and the role of international institutions in global governance.Read More