Kim Beaulieu is a Ph.D. student at the University of British Columbia. Under the supervision of Katharina Coleman, her research focuses on prison and justice system reforms in (post-)conflict contexts. She holds an M.A and a B.A from the University of Montreal. Her master’s thesis focused on feminist foreign policies, especially the strategic and political dimensions related to the adoption of a feminist label on the international stage. She is a doctoral student for the Research Network on Women, Peace and Security. She was also awarded the Killam Undergraduate Award in 2018.
- Foreign Policy
- Feminist Theories in International Relations
- Women, Peace and Security
- Canada’s National Action Plan on Women, Peace, and Security: What We Heard from our Dialogue with Civil Society, Public Servants, and Scholars. Research Network on Women, Peace and Security, 2022. https://www.mcgill.ca/rnwps/files/rnwps/wwh_paper_-_rn-wps1.pdf
- La pauvreté du Sud a des racines dans le Nord, LaPresse 4 mai 2021. https://www.lapresse.ca/debats/opinions/2021-05-04/la-pauvrete-du-sud-a-des-racines-dans-le-nord.php