According to Anna, “receiving a Trudeau Doctoral Scholarship gives me the opportunity to dig deeper, and ask more meaningful questions about what aspects of our public services might exacerbate social exclusion. I am truly honoured to have both the financial and outstanding intellectual support that comes with the Trudeau Doctoral scholarship, and would also like to thank my supervisor and department of Family Medicine for their unwavering support.”
See the Trudeau Foundation website to find out more about her research.
About the Trudeau Foundation
The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation is an independent and non-partisan charity established in 2001 as a living memorial to the former Prime Minister by his family, friends, and colleagues. In 2002, with the support of the House of Commons, the Government of Canada endowed the Foundation with the Advanced Research in the Humanities and Human Sciences Fund. By granting doctoral scholarships, awarding fellowships, appointing mentors, and holding public events, the Foundation encourages critical reflection and action in four areas important to Canadians: human rights and dignity, responsible citizenship, Canada’s role in the world, and people and their natural environment.
The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation promotes outstanding research in the humanities and social sciences, and fosters a fruitful dialogue between scholars and decision makers in the arts community, business, government, and civil society organizations. The Foundation:
- encourages emerging talent by awarding scholarships to the most talented doctoral students in Canada and abroad;
- entrusts fellows and mentors distinguished for their knowledge and wisdom with the mission to build an intellectual community to support the work of the scholars; and
- creates and maintains an international network of fellows, scholars, and mentors.
Learn more about the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation here.