Wendell is examining how cross-border migrations in Great Lakes cities enabled Black people to effect political change in Canada and the US.
Erika's research with a community of Caiçara, who have status as 'Traditional People' in Brazil, is exploring capacity development for participatory and inclusive governance of coastal resources, with a particular focus on the participation of people with disabilities.
Geoffrey is studying the influence of religious communities on the development of international refugee policies in North America.
She is analyzing the social and health services that youth receive from the Child Protection System to propose ways to improve them.
Ali is exploring the benefits and pitfalls of having non-state social and health organizations play the role of the state in the Middle East.
Joanna is examining the legitimacy of courts of law applying foreign private law in contractual and property disputes and family law matters that are related to multiple jurisdictions.
Nathan is seeking to apply to Canada Norway’s experience of decreasing its domestic carbon emissions while continuing fossil fuel extraction.
Andrea is analyzing the emergence of the cooperative mining sector as one of Bolivia’s most politically influential social forces.
Aaron is examining the Anishnaabe legal tradition and how a revival of Indigenous legal orders will help Canadians to better understand Aboriginal issues.
Jake is seeking to establish innovative ways to accompany the parents, caregivers, and health providers of transgender youth during their gender transition.
Ayden is researching how marginalization impacts transgender people’s health in order to find strategies for intervention at the social and policy levels.
Tammara is studying the factors that influence food consumption and food wasting in urban Indonesia and ways to end the dumping of food waste in landfills.
She is investigating the trigger elements of sexual and injection-related HIV risk behaviours among women who use drugs and marginalized women in Indonesia.
She is studying the international community’s response to armed conflict today through the new lens of law, war, and aid combined.