While the UN agency is best known for protecting World Heritage sites, it also promotes freedom of expression. Stephanie MacLellan looks at what the US withdrawal means for those efforts.
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Research Associate, CIGI
Stephanie MacLellan is a research associate at the Centre for International Governance Innovation in the Global Security and Politics program. She spent more than a decade working as an editor and reporter for newspapers such as the Toronto Star, the Hamilton Spectator and The Slovak Spectator, an English-language weekly based in Bratislava, Slovakia. Her work has been nominated for three National Newspaper Awards, including a feature on working conditions in the Canadian retail industry that was part of a Toronto Star project that won an NNA. She holds a Bachelor of Journalism from Carleton University and a Master of Global Affairs from the Munk School of Global Affairs.
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