Emmanuelle Fahey is an international student currently finishing a Master’s in Public Policy and Public Administration at Concordia University. Her policy work interests include issues related to gender justice and climate change mitigation with a focus on refugee and migrant populations. Before moving to Montreal for graduate school, she managed a grant program for the International Rescue Committee, where she networked with local businesses to provide employment opportunities for Tucson’s refugee community. Her career goals include working as a policy analyst in the field of feminist policy and migrant rights at a community level. She is excited to learn more about the relevant international actors shaping the field of human rights through her work at MIGS.