Digital technological advances can facilitate repression. Canada has a duty to ensure they don’t.
Youth fellow, Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies
George Tsagaroulis is a youth fellow at the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies. He is currently enrolled in the Master’s in Public Policy and Public Administration at Concordia University. 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 an intergovernmental organization in the international relations sector. He hopes that working with the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies will allow him to develop a deeper understanding of international actors’ role surrounding the protection of human rights and the provision of global security.