Gaëlle is a fourth year student at McGill University, studying International Development with a double minor in Economics and Environment. Originally from France, she loves traveling, learning about other cultures and ways of perceiving our environment. She is also passionate about sharing her own culture and language, and partly achieves that by teaching French to immigrants in Montreal.En dernière année de baccalauréat à l'université McGill, Gaëlle étudie le développement international avec une double mineure en économie et environnement. Française d'origine, elle adore voyager et découvrir d'autres cultures et façons de percevoir ce qui nous entoure. Elle se passionne aussi au partage de sa propre culture et de sa langue, et donne des cours de Français à des groupes d'immigrants montréalais.
ArticlesImproving Canadian Foreign Aid: A Critique of Canada's Aid Bureaucracy By Amy Bronson Economic Benefits of Antiretroviral Therapy Programs for Low and Middle-Income Countries: A Case for Universal Access to HIV Treatment By Lindsey America-Simms The Global "Brain Drain" of Health Professionals: An Examination of Ethical Recruitment Policies By Erin McSorley The Conditioning of Servitude: Governmentality of Indonesian Domestic Migrants in Singapore By Monica Bennington Land Reforms and Agriculture: The Institutional Path Towards Development: Comparative Case-Study of MExican Success and Pakistani Failure By Murad Javed Security Sector Reform and Democratic Transition in Sierra Leone: What's Missing? By Leah Stuart-Sheppard Orientalism, Development and Thomas Pogge's Global Resources Dividend By Tejas Parasher
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ArticlesBourdieu’s Social Capital and Save the Mothers By Sarah Rostom Fighting Globalization with Globalization: The Battle Between Indigenous People and MNCs in Peru By Raly Chakarova Type 2 Diabetes in Rural Guatemala: Disease Perceptions, Service-Provision Difficulties and Management Techniques By Matthew Little Rethinking agricultural land acquisitions as a form of agricultural investment in Senegal By Anna Vanderkooy Safeguarding Women’s rights: investigating the effectiveness of the convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women (CEDAW) By Helen Bowman Creating Closets or Communities? Homosexuality, Homophobia, and Processes of Change in Africa By Bonnie Thornbury Situating the Role of Traditional Midwives in San Juan la Laguna, Guatemala By Dima Saab
Sophie Roher Sophie Roher is a fourth year student in the Arts & Science Program at McMaster University. She completed the Foundation Year Program at the University of King’s College in Halifax and pursued her love of French at universities in both Lyon, France and Trois Rivières, Quebec. Sophie is co-chair of World University Services of Canada (WUSC)’s local committee at McMaster, which sponsors two refugee students each year to study at the university. Sophie is looking forward to another rewarding year at the Undercurrent.
Ganeya Gajaram Ganeya decided to pursue International Development Studies after a life changing trip to Senegal where she realized that her life would be devoted to social change, namely in women's rights, access to education, and environmental sustainability. On the side, she loves to blog about the random hoo-haa's of her day, spearheading numerous clubs on campus, and teaching yoga and meditation. She is excited to be working with the Undercurrent this year!
Samantha Kompa As a recent graduate from IDS at the University of Guelph I am taking a year off before pursuing a law degree. I am most interested in conflict and conflict resolution in African states and was lucky enough to spend sometime in East Africa this summer, which I miss dearly! I am very excited to have the opportunity to read such excellent work by undergrads in the field of IDS!
www.amybronson.com. She is especially excited to continue about Undercurrent's 10th anniversary activities!