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University of the Fraser Valley

Abbotsford, Canada
Joined March 2022

The University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) is an accredited public university. Through UFV, I am able to conduct research in various countries with various NGOs.

Presence in: Canada
Focus: Disability Rights, Gender-based violence, Women's Rights

UFV is built on our shared commitment to the university’s purpose, principles, and our future direction. With the adoption of our new statements of vision, mission, and values in 2019, our university has set a course for lasting endurance that will benefit generations to come, both locally and beyond. UFV will be known as a gathering place for learners, leaders, and seekers. We will pursue diverse pathways of scholarship, leading to community connection, reconciliation, and prosperity, locally and beyond.

People Associated With This Organization

Alicia Dyck

Canada  
University of the Fraser Valley
Joined February 2022
Interests: Gender-based violence, Women's Rights
I am currently a research assistant for the University of the Fraser Valley. Through my position, I have the opportunity to work with various non-profit organizations, including Albinism Royal Foundation and Right to Play. By engaging with these organizations, I have gotten experience with conducting gender equality training, working remotely with international organizations, conducting and reporting research, and much more. The area which I am most engaged in and most passionate about is gender equality. As for what I'm looking for by joining this network, I would love to be a part of a community that shares similar interests. Furthermore, I am an aspiring lawyer that has recently applied to law school for the Fall 2022 intake. I hope that through joining this organization, I will maintain a focus on what my passion is while learning how to incorporate my legal education with grassroots initiatives like this. I am very excited to learn about legal empowerment and how it is practically applied internationally.
Alicia Dyck is the network champion (main point of contact) for University of the Fraser Valley.

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