Brandon Hazelton explores the ways in which access to education affects gender inequality throughout the world.
Brandon Hazelton recently graduated from the University of Guelph, where he completed a degree in International Development Studies. During his studies, Brandon focused on historical perspectives, and undertook a minor in communication theories and processes. Growing up in Northern Ontario, Brandon gained a unique perspective on Canadian community-based development, specifically participative development policies. He hopes to pursue a career abroad in a research-based position focusing upon international relations and peace and conflict studies.