Anna Calderón is a Masters of Public Policy and Public Administration student at Concordia University. Anna also holds a B.A. in Criminology from the Simon Fraser University and a B.A. in Political Science form Concordia University. Her work is focused on informal work in Lima, Peru and her working thesis is titled, “Everyday resistance of domestic workers in Lima”. Anna is also the coordinator of the Lab for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (LLACS) at Concordia, and executive director of Say Ça! Circle of Support for Refugee and Newcomer Students.
Rose is a Doctoral Candidate at McGill University in Political Science and owns a Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies from Université de Montréal. She is broadly interested in issues of citizenship and state-society relations in peripheral areas of Latin America. Her current research focuses on the effects of transnational and cross-border networks on political participation in Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia and Chile.