Student Associations

Undergraduate: Conflict Studies and Human Rights Association

The Conflict Studies and Human Rights Association (CHRA) consists of different members representing the students registered in the undergraduate program.

Our mandate is to organize events in which students can meet their colleagues, professors, and gain information about subjects related to the Conflict Studies and Human Rights program. We also address the academic needs and rights of our students through relationships at the program administration level.

Here is a quick breakdown of the elected students and their positions:

  • Bilingualism and Translation Director - Julia Alvi bilingualism@aech-chra.ca
  • Second year representative  (anglophone) - vacant
  • Second year representative (francophone) - vacant
  • First year representative (anglophone) - vacant
  • First year representative (francophone) - vacant
  • Activism Director - vacant activism@aech-chra.ca
  • Marketing and Promotion Director - vacant marketing@aech-chra.ca
  • Third year representative (anglophone) - vacant
  • Third year representative (francophone) - vacant
  • Fourth year representative (anglophone) - vacant
  • Fourth year representative (francophone) - vacant
  • Senior representative (francophone) - vacant

Our office is located at FSS 2037. It is a cozy place where you are always welcome; visit us whenever you want!

If you have any questions about the Association, its mandate, its positions or ways to get involved, feel free to contact us at president@aech-chra.ca.

Graduate
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GSPIA Student Association

The Public and International Affairs Association (PIAA) consists of seven members representing the students of GSPIA. Our mandate is to make sure that people have opportunities to meet each other, to have fun with their peers, and to rally with professors and senior fellows to discuss similar interests.

We also address the academic needs and rights of our students through relationships at the program administration level, and have recently created a one-of-its-kind scholarship program, built by students for students.

Here is a quick breakdown of the people and of the different positions within PIAA:

Our office is located at FSS 2034. It is a cozy place where you are always welcome; visit us whenever you want! If you have any questions about the Association, its mandate, its positions or ways to get involved, feel free to contact us at council.conseil.api@gmail.com

  • President: Emily Rezkalla
  • Vice President: Sonia Kozlowski
  • Vice President - Internal and Social: Susha Guan
  • Treasurer: Daniel Liu
  • Chairperson: Diane Hoffmann
  • 1st Year Anglophone Representative: Alexis Berry
  • 1st Year Francophone Representative: Isabelle Haché
  • Second Year Representative: Patricia Berber
  • International Student Representative: Ruting Guo
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