6 March 2014 - 7:00am to 8 March 2014 - 5:15pm

Dalhousie University 6100 University Ave., Potter Auditorium, Rowe Building – Halifax NS (Symposium) - 6300 Coburg Rd., University Hall, MacDonald Building (Sylvie Bodineau’s panel)

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2013 Trudeau scholar Sylvie Bodineau will participate on March 8th from 10:30 AM to 12 PM in one of the panels at the Dalhousie University Graduate Student Research Symposium on the theme of Children, Youth, and Security: Intersections of Research and Practice. She will conduct a discussion on the figures of child soldiers within the narratives of child protection practitioners in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and related programs and policies. This symposium is co-organised by 2013 scholar David Morgan.


David Morgan

David Morgan seeks to explore the changing landscape of humanitarian aid, and the ways in which aid agencies can better adapt to an evolving global context.

2013 Scholars

Sylvie Bodineau

Drawing on field research in Congo, Sylvie Bodineau is looking at how the international consensus on children’s rights relates to the experience of child soldiers.

2013 Scholars