Julia Kulik

Julia Kulik is a senior researcher for the Global Governance Program, based at Trinity College at the University of Toronto.

Julia Kulik is a senior researcher for the Global Governance Program, based at Trinity College at the University of Toronto. She co-authored an article entitled “A Summit of Significant Success: G8 Governance at Camp David in May 2012” in the International Organizations Research Journal. She has delivered several papers, including “A Double Dividend Summit: Prospects for the G20 at Los Cabos” presented at a conference on “Strengthening Sustainable Development Bringing Business In: From Los Cabos G20 to Rio Plus 20,” at the Global Institute for Sustainability at the Tecnologico de Monterrey in Mexico City. She has conducted compliance assessments for the G20 commitments made in the Seoul Development Consensus for a research project commissioned by the International Labour Organization. She has written on the inclusion of the rights of women and children at international summits. She received a Master of Public Policy from the School of Public Policy and Governance at the University of Toronto.

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A Summit Worth Watching

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September 5, 2013
Ensuring this year's G20 Summit isn't held hostage to U.S.-Russia tensions will challenge world leaders. But the bigger challenge, argue John Kirton and Julia Kulik, is to make globalization work for the benefit of all.