Nuclear Weapons Abolition Intern
Jérémy Cotton will graduate with Honors from University of Quebec in Montreal in April 2021 with a B.A. in International Relations and International Law. His life goal is to promote world peace and security through Canada’s foreign policy. During his studies, he has performed in two international organization simulations: Model International Civil Aviation Organization (Montreal, 2019), where he was awarded best speaker in his committee and International Model North Atlantic Treaty Organization (Washington, D.C., 2020), where he served as an ambassador. Thanks to Quebec’s Ministry of International Relations Scholarship, Jérémy is currently a scholar at the Washington Center, where he participates in the Virtual Internship Program. Within this program, he is interning in the Nuclear Weapons Abolition Program (NWA) at Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR).