29 April 2016

Three events financed by the Public Interaction Program and partners will take place soon:

> Canada's role on issues of LGBTI people with Erin Aylward, 2015 scholar
1-3 June 2016 | Ottawa (Ontario)

This roundtable aims to strengthen collaboration among Canadian civil society actors working on LGBTI issues globally and to forge new connections within the public sector.

> Navigating the global food fight with Jennifer Clapp, 2013 fellow
2 June 2016 | Calgary (Alberta)

This lecture explores how ideas about trade and food intersect with powerful interests, how current approaches too often become reduced to a binary understanding of options, and how opposing sides might move policy forward in constructive ways.

> Canada’s role in democracy promotion with Gabrielle Bardall, 2012 scholar
13 June 2016 | Ottawa (Ontario)

This Trudeau scholar's workshop will bring together leading experts in policy, practice, and academia to explore the path forward on Canada’s role in promoting democracy aboard in an intimate, dialogue-based setting. It is organized in partnership with the Centre for International Policy Studies at the University of Ottawa.

Mark your agenda and download the PIP calendar until November 2018! (3 May 2016 version)

Gabrielle Bardall

She is an American student studying electoral violence in the countries of sub-Saharan Africa.

2012 Scholars

Erin Aylward

Erin Aylward (political science, University of Toronto) is analyzing the influence of advocacy and international diplomacy on public opinion and political action in Sub-Saharan Africa.

2015 Scholars

Jennifer Clapp

Professor Clapp is a political economist wary of the effect of global trade and the influence of transnational corporations on food security and the environment in the world’s poorest countries.

2013 Fellows