I started to study Politics in 2015 in the program International studies at the Cegep du Vieux Montreal build up with several courses taken in the field of anthropology and geopolitics. I also have been accepted at the McGill University in International Development in fall 2017 and since then, I took classes about sustainable development and international economy. In conjunction with my educational background, traveling around the world, especially in North Africa,made me developed a passion for other cultures and people. Moreover, travelling abroad frequently taught me the importance to respect other cultures because that’s what defines societies in their evolutional identity. Since 2012 I also do a lot of volunteering in my local community by giving contribution to Le Passage organization, a non-profit foundation working to resettle children with a caring and responsible family.