Laurin Liu

Laurin Liu was a Canadian Member of Parliament between 2011-2015 and was the youngest woman ever elected at age 20. She served as deputy critic for Environment, Science and Technology and International Trade and was a member of the committee on foreign affairs. She holds a master’s degree in human rights from the London School of Economics and in her most recent role, served as an advocacy coordinator for WaterAid in New York.


My Sessions

Youth in Policy

Room 106 D

REGISTER FOR THIS SESSION LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE Our panel will dig into the lack of input being incorporated by Canadian Youth in Federal Policy in Canada. It will focus on the realities and frustrations faced by Canadian Youth by not being able to express their opinion in policy that directly impacts the way they live […]