Bojan Francuz

Program Associate

Bojan Francuz is a Program Associate at the Center on International Cooperation on the Pathfinders for Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies team, supporting the work to create a movement to halve global violence and deliver on the promise of SDG16+, and SDG16.1 (to significantly reduce all forms of violence everywhere). 

Bojan’s experience spans multilateral policy development and design, stakeholder engagement, and research support and monitoring. Through recent work, he established a social impact organization called CityInclusive, with a focus on cities, technology, and inclusion in Canada. He also served as a Futurist-in-Residence at the Institute for Urban Futures at Concordia University in Montréal. Prior to these initiatives, he worked as a policy advisor at the UN in New York on political, security, and disarmament affairs at the Permanent Missions of Liechtenstein and Ireland. He was also a community organizer with immigrant and undocumented communities in the United States advocating for comprehensive immigration reform.

Bojan is a graduate of St. Norbert College with an honors degree in political science and international affairs. He is a Humanity in Action Senior Fellow and Jeanne Sauvé Foundation Public Leadership Fellow.