Lori Oliver is a SSHRC doctoral scholar in the Department of Political Studies, specializing in Gender and Politics and Comparative Politics. She is particularly interested in the relationship between multilevel governance and social policy development. Her doctoral research focuses on how the implementation of Canada’s National Housing Strategy is impacting lone mothers and their families. This research builds on Lori’s previous community-based research work with ACORN Canada and Adsum for Women & Children. Lori is the current chair of PSAC 901’s Affordable Housing Working Group and a member of several tenant advocacy organizations. She was the 2022 Co-Chair of the Political Studies Graduate Student Association.
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