About The Global Compact Network Canada (GCNC)

Sarin Aman

Project Associate

Sarin is a researcher who has professional and academic experience examining human rights, gender equality, and race. She is currently working on the “Accelerating Systemic Change: The Case for Gender Equality Leadership for Sustainable Recovery” project funded by Women and Gender Equality Canada which examines the gender-based barriers present in the Canadian labour economy. Within this project, she deploys an intersectional lens to investigate the systemic barriers present within the Canadian labour economy that impact and exclude women from marginalized communities. In addition to her work on the project, she is also assisting with Target Gender Equality.
Sarin holds a Master of Arts in Political Science and a Bachelor (Specialized Honours) in Human Rights and Equity Studies from York University. Her academic research focuses on international human rights law, national and domestic law, refugee and migrant rights, and race studies. Her professional research focuses on anti-Black racism and the economic and social security of Black Canadians and non-citizens.

Sarin Aman