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Nina Lu

Sergio Snabian

R2P Live Analyst

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. 

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Ming Jia Chen

Sergio Snabian

Research Analyst

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 team

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Sasha Aristotle

Sergio Snabian

Research Analyst

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. 

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Zeus Eden

Sergio Snabian

Research Analyst

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 Analyst

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Ethan Strathdee

Sergio Snabian

Research Analyst

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.

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Sydney Narciso Wilson

Sergio Snabian

Research Analyst

Sydney is a second year student pursuing a double major in History and Peace, Conflict and Justice, with a minor in Economics. She is especially interested in the rise of supranational institutions and how conflict, particularly genocide, affect the trajectory of culture and create diasporic communities. Sydney is very excited to pursue these as a research analyst for both the CCR2P and the G7 Research group this year.

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Jamie Chen

Sergio Snabian

Research Analyst

Jamie Huiyi Chen is a third-year student at the University of Toronto, pursuing a double major in International Relations and Political Science, with a minor in Contemporary Asian Studies. Born and grown up in China, Jamie is bilingual in Mandarin and English and wishes to have Asia as her area of expertise in academia. Having been actively involved in learning and preserving the history of Asia in World War II, Jamie is keenly aware of human rights violations and war crimes, and from which she has gained interests in the responsibilities of the international communities to protect civilians from humanitarian tragedies. As the Research Analyst this year, Jamie hopes to obtain deeper understanding about R2P in Asia and the policy directives the principle of R2P provides to individuals states and the United Nations.

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Katherine Yampolsky

Sergio Snabian

Youth Outreach Officer

Kat is a first year student at Trinity College at the University of Toronto, with plans to pursue a specialist in Peace, Conflict and Justice studies. She is currently in the Vic One Program in the Pearson stream, which focuses on public service and responsible citizenship. Fully bilingual in Russian and English, and fluent in French, Kat is very interested in the global dimensions of R2P and how this policy can evolve from one of international norm to international law. She realizes that youth have an incredibly powerful voice and can be the driving force for change in times of great turbulence. She is looking forward to serving as Youth Outreach Officer and working with the youth of today to advance the discussion of R2P. 

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Daniela Zaks

Sergio Snabian

Research Analyst

 

Daniela is a first-year student at the University of Toronto and is currently in in the International Relations Stream of the Margaret Macmillan Trinity One Program. She is looking to study International Relations and Economics and is particularly interested in how the role of R2P is being shaped by changes in the global system. She is originally from the UK, although her parents moved from the former Soviet Union. She has previously volunteered through the Rosetta Foundation as a Spanish Translator for a range of NGOs, and is proficient in Spanish and fluent in Russian. She graduated from Stanford University Online High School and ultimately plans to attend law school. She is grateful for the opportunity to join the CCR2P as a Research Analyst.

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