Tim McSorley is the National Coordinator of the International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group. In the years since his studies in journalism and political science at Concordia University in Montreal, he has split his time between work in media and social justice – usually combining the two. This included serving as the National Coordinator for the Media Co-operative, and, most recently, as coordinator for the Voices-Voix Coalition, defending the right to dissent and free expression in Canada.
Anne Dagenais Guertin is the Communications and Research Coordinator of the International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group. She has completed a Masters’ degree in Law and Social Justice from the University of Ottawa, a certificate in Women’s Studies from Concordia University, and a Bachelor in International Studies from the University of Montreal. Prior to working at ICLMG, she was a teaching and research assistant at the Human Rights Research and Education Center of the University of Ottawa.