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Kiran Alwani

Kiran joined the Mowat Centre as a Policy Associate in October 2017. She is interested in a range of Canadian and global policy and business issues, particularly in the areas of sustainable economic development, fair trade, poverty alleviation, and corporate social responsibility. Kiran holds a Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs degree from the University of British Columbia, and has experience working in Canada, Indonesia, Bangladesh, and Pakistan. Prior to starting her Master’s at UBC, she worked in communications, public engagement, and development at the Institute for Canadian Citizenship. Most recently, she has worked in a range of research and policy analysis roles, including projects with the Canada-ASEAN Business Council, the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, and the Conference Board of Canada.

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March 28, 2018 | Kiran Alwani, Giancarlo Acquaviva, Robert Wolfe, Andrew Parkin

Portraits 2017: International Trade & Globalization

Most Ontarians support international trade agreements and a majority of Ontarians support more rapid globalization. These are among the main findings in the latest report from Mowat’s Portraits 2017 survey series. More
December 20, 2017 | Andrew Parkin, Erich Hartmann, Kiran Alwani

Portraits 2017

A Fresh Look at Public Opinion and Federalism

This sesquicentennial year has provided Canadians with an opportunity to celebrate their country’s achievements, to consider how it has changed and to reflect on how it needs to adapt to current and pending challenges. More