Constant Courtin is a PhD student from the UBC Political Science department. Born and raised in France, Constant lived in Latin America and Southeast Asia where he worked in different research centres. In Malaysia, Constant worked with Persatuan Aliran Kesedaran Negara (or Aliran for short) during the GE13. In Myanmar, Constant worked as a research manager for the Center for Diversity and National Harmony (CDNH) on Myanmar’s interethnic and interreligious interactions as well as on the Peace Process.
Focusing on the questions around diversity, federalism and state-building, Constant is interested in understanding the functioning of societies, believing that ‘living together’ in diversity is not only possible but necessary.
List of publications:
- Malapportionment in Myanmar’s Elections: A Slumbering Menace (https://muse.jhu.edu/article/763950/summary)
Contributions to CDNH’s research work: