Laurier Centre for Global Relations
The Laurier Centre for Global Relations was established in 2003 and co-operates with existing Laurier organizations, activities and individuals who share common research and practical interest in improving international relations and governance. These include: The Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies and the Political Science Department. It is designed to animate research and practical initiatives that can improve the governability of the global community.
The Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI), is an independent centre for scholarly research and policy advocacy established in July 2002, to support improvements in
multilateral governance, in particular international economic and
financial governance. CIGI has formed linkages with a number of
prominent organizations, worldwide. The Centre currently houses the Director of the Master in International Public Policy (MIPP), as well as the Associate Director of the PhD in Global Governance program. Visit the website or contact the department for information regarding these programs.