Miriam Czarski

Miriam Czarski is a law student at the University of Ottawa where she recently obtained her diploma in Civil Law and is now embarking on an intensive one-year National Program to obtain her Juris Doctor in April 2016. Miriam has a keen interest in international law, with particular interests in environmental law and human rights law. 

Miriam Czarski is a law student at the University of Ottawa where she recently obtained her diploma in Civil Law and is now embarking on an intensive one-year National Program to obtain her Juris Doctor in April 2016. Miriam has a keen interest in international law, with particular interests in environmental law and human rights law. As an intern with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights of the Organization of American States in Washington DC last summer, she gained firsthand experience in applying legal mechanisms to protect human rights in South and North American countries across a wide array of themes. She will be participating in the University of Ottawa’s Ecojustice Environmental Legal Clinic this year which provides non-profit legal aid to the community in support of environmental justice and a healthy environment.

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Who governs the Arctic?

Who governs the Arctic?

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September 18, 2015

As the North changes, non-Arctic states and bodies such as the EU are increasingly interested in its governance