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George Tsagaroulis

George Tsagaroulis received his Bachelor’s degree from Concordia University where he majored in Sociology and minored in Law & Society. He is currently enrolled in the Master’s in Public Policy and Public Administration at the same institution. Prior to enrolling at Concordia, George served as a member of the Canadian Armed Forces’ Primary Reserve. His experience in the military fostered interest for the field of international relations as it pertains to intergovernmental efforts in addressing threats to global security. As well, his policy work interests include the study of human rights violations during periods of armed conflict. Upon graduation, George aspires to work as a policy analyst for a government agency or IGO in the international relations sector. He hopes that working with MIGS will allow him to develop a deeper understanding of international actors’ role surrounding the protection of human rights and the provision of global security. 


Past Interns

Lauren Salim

Clementine Blateau

Levon Mouradian

Sooraya Peerally

Karen Rubbo

Antoine Tremblay

Thelma Guerrin

Patrick Groeneveld-Meijer

Helena Lang

Fatou C.D. Ndiaye

Haley Moore

Caroline Feldner

Alexandrine Royer

Duncan Cooper

Rutvi Ajmera 

Isabela Coleho

Greer Nicholson

Emily Enright

Silke Melbye-Hansen

Isabelle Tamoj

Lilian Leifert

Cedrick Mulcair

Chantalle Gonzalez Lopez

Marrisa Fortune

Riley Haley

Erin Storus

May White-Vimouth

Nathalie Hitimana

Zach Sementes

Zach Paikin

Arvin Eyunni

Adan Suazo

Lea Watrin now works for the All Parliamentary Group on the Prevention of Genocide and Other Crimes Against Humanity

Meaghan Shevell

Camila Gomez-Perales

Alejandra Espinosa

Adrien Orloowski

Aminka Belvitt

Randy Pinsky

Myriam Menard

Jonathan Rozen

Neekoo Collett

Sarah Wiley

Kaitlin Davella


Christoph Semken previously served as an Assistant for Information Technology and is currently completing his Master of Arts in International Relations and Economics at the University of Aberdeen. His latest publication "Tracking the Blue: Phone and Vehicle Location Systems for UN Peacekeeping" is available at http://www.providingforpeacekeeping.org/new-issues-observatory/.

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