Christina Clark-Kazak on how Canada could be a leader in better integrating age into development policy.
Associate Professor and Acting Chair of International Studies at York University’s bilingual Glendon College
Christina Clark-Kazak is an Associate Professor at York University's bilingual Glendon College. Her research interests include: age mainstreaming; political participation of young people; methodology in interdisciplinary contexts; and, international development policy and programming, particularly in contexts of conflict and migration. She teaches undergraduate, graduate and professional development courses related to research methodology, international development, migration, peace and security, child rights, and gender. Since 1999, she has also worked as a development practitioner and consultant for the Canadian government, non-governmental organizations and the United Nations. Christina is currently serving as editor-in-chief of Refuge: Canada's Journal on Refugees.
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