Daniel is a PhD student in Political Science at Concordia University, where he holds a doctoral fellowship in aging and social policy. His research focuses on the politics of disability and of aging, specifically in the context of Canadian public policy and social services implementation. His dissertation project compares Canada’s provinces by the effectiveness of current policies in promoting social inclusion for older adults with developmental disabilities. Daniel also works as a research assistant on an ongoing SSHRC funded project assessing the generosity of social gerontological policies in twenty post-industrialized countries led by his supervisor Dr. Patrik Marier. In addition to his affiliation with ACT, Daniel is also an active student researcher with the Centre de recherche et d’expertise en gérontologie sociale (CREGÉS) and vieillissements exclusions sociales solidarités (VIES).

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