As a master’s candidate in International Law (LL.M.), Daphné Beaudoin’s research focuses on issues related to the protection of human rights during armed conflicts. Since the defence of human rights is a key component of her professional interests, she has contributed to the works of UQAM’s Clinique internationale de défense des droits humains, as well as Amnesty International Canada and the Canadian Red Cross. Given her close connection to the academic world, she has worked at UQAM’s Faculty of Political Science and Law and is also an active member of the Société québécoise de droit international.
More recently, she had the opportunity to join the Canadian Embassy in Paris to pursue her interest in international relations and diplomacy, developed during her participation in COP27 and COP15. Her expertise in humanitarian affairs, Canadian defence, and climate diplomacy offers her a unique perspective on cross-sectoral crises, enabling her to deftly navigate legal, diplomatic, and critical emergency perspectives.
- International Humanitarian Law
- Climate Defence
- Human Rights