Amy has a bachelor’s degree in International Studies from York University, an M.A in International Affairs from the American University of Paris and an Master of Laws in Diplomacy and International Law from Lancaster University.
She is passionate about human rights and International Criminal Law, and has a background in human rights advocacy through her previous work with establishments such as World Vision, Equality Now, UNESCO, Democracy Without Borders and the Foundation for International Human Rights Reporting Standards.
Amy currently works as a human rights consultant, as well as a Programme Associate for Democracy Without Borders, which she has been involved in since 2019. Amy is also an editor of the Human Rights Pulse.
All in all, Amy believes in world federalism as a tool to inclusively and effectively tackle some of the world’s most pressing challenges, and she looks forward to advocating for this at the WFM-IGP.
Why are you a world federalist?
I support World Federalism because I recognize it as an opportunity for various actors to take unified action against some of the world’s most pressing challenges.
What is the future you are working towards?
I’m working towards a future where solutions to our current issues are inclusively sought, ensuring that women, people from the global south, the youth and all other minorities’ perspectives are amplified in the International sphere.