Lily Schricker is a graduate student at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University, pursuing an MA in International Affairs with a specialization in foreign policy and diplomacy. She graduated with a BA at Bishop’s University in International Relations and a double-minor in Political and Classical studies. Lily is a research assistant at Carleton University, pursuing research in both Indigenous-settler relations and international law. Currently, she is working on a co-authored paper focusing on the best methodological practices for conducting voting behaviour studies with Indigenous Peoples. Previously, she has assisted in the EPON mandate renewal study for UNITAMS under the supervision of Dr. Sarah-Myriam Martin-Brûlé. As part of her interest in international relations and diplomacy, she interned for the Green Party of Germany in 2021. Lily is a trilingual student (French, English, German).
- Indigenous-Settler Relations
- Canadian Foreign Policy
Schricker, L. (2021). Greening Government and Defence. Canadian Global Affairs Institute.