Noah is a Montreal native completing his Bachelor's degree with a Specialization in Peace, Conflict, and Justice at the Trudeau Centre of the Munk School of Global Affairs, and a major in Economics at the University of Toronto. He is primarily focused on operationalizing peace building missions, pre-conflict bargaining, ethnic conflict, identity politics and civil war. Having worked as a research assistant this past year on NGO and non-state actor accountability, he hopes his experience will translate effectively into MIGS' work at the intersection of civil society, human rights and international relations.
Looking beyond northern migration and seeking the root causes of violence.
Looking at Ethno-nationalism as a leading reason fighters choose to join ISIS
Viewing ISIS as a global phenomenon that is able to have both local and a universal appeal thanks, in part, to its multifaceted narrative.
In the world’s newest nation, hope and joy have given way to sadness and distress.