Yanish Bhoolaton is an undergraduate Public Administration and Political Science student in at York University and the Expanding Community Program Editor at the NATO Council of Canada.
Being previously employed as a Research Assistant at the York Regional Municipality, his background includes public administration and policy analysis, more specifically analyzing and researching accessibility and immigration issues. He has successfully
built indicators to measure and monitor organizational change and researched the laws and regulations governing accessibility and diversity policies of different cities, municipalities and organizations within Ontario.
Yanish aspires to continue his education in international relations and business, with hopes to work within the Federal Canadian government.
His interests include economic development, globalization, human rights, public policy and Canadian politics. In addition to school and work, Yanish enjoys travelling, skiing and tennis.
Yanish explores Brazil’s potential bid for a permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council.
Yanish discusses the importance of the nine biological and environmental boundaries set out by the Stockholm Resilience Centre.
Yanish discusses the proposed free movement initiative of citizens between the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand
Yanish writes about Brazil’s foreign policies with the Middle East.
Yanish writes about the growing importance of the internet in light of the newly renewed relations between Cuba and the United States.
In light of the recent Free-Trade Agreement between Canada and South Korea, this article explores the success behind the South Korean economy.