PhD PhotoVoice Project Showcases Experiences of Displacement
The stories of war, loss, celebration, and faith shown in UBC PhD candidate and Public Scholar Neila Miled’s photo exhibition provides context for the lived experiences of young Muslim refugee women. Read the impression left behind by the Liu
Can Ottawa and Beijing De-escalate?
With the Meng Wangzhou affair, Canada-China relations have been tense. SPPGA Faculty Associate Yves Tiberghien shares his thoughts on the latest news, the death sentence of Canadian Robert Lloyd Schellenberg, with CBC News.
Province to Partner with Post-secondary Schools on New Climate Action Plan
The province is set to partner with several post-secondary institutions on a new climate action plan. However, SPPGA Professor George Hoberg asserts that the province will also have to put in work outside of this plan in order to meet emission reduction goals.