Amila Sadic is a current student at the Balsillie School of International Affairs obtaining her Master of Art degree in Global Governance.
During Amila’s undergraduate experience at the University of Toronto as a Sociology and Anthropology major, Amila partook in many community activities and one research project. Some of the activities include developing a Social Innovation Project with an emphasis on encouraging the participation of BIPOC students in STEAM post-secondary programs. Other activities include being a research assistant for research conducted by a University of Toronto professor. The research aimed to explore the connections between social media and racial inequality.
At the Balsillie School of International Affairs, Amila aims to combine the knowledge from her BA degree with knowledge from global governance topics such as global institutions, diplomacy and justice, and global political economy. As a result of the myriad, she wishes to detonate the barriers of global inequality and find solutions to global issues such as unequal food distribution, economic inequality, and human rights.