Analaura Pauchulo completed her Ph.D. at OISE in 2011. For her dissertation research she worked with human rights groups in Argentina to understand the pedagogical role of public remembrance practices of those who were disappeared during the 1976-1983 dictatorship. After completing her graduate studies, Dr. Pauchulo moved to Edmonton where she worked with the National Day of Healing and Reconciliation Committee and with Native Counseling Services of Alberta on the Project of Heart project. She also taught at Athabasca University and delivered anti-racism and anti-oppression workshops in the non-profit and public sector. Most recently, Dr. Pauchulo worked on a project with the John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights (JHC) and the Alberta Office of the Child and Youth Advocate (OCYA) to support the OCYA in implementing the relevant TRC Calls to Action. Currently, she is working with the JHC on a community-based food security research project and she also teaches in the Department of Equity Studies at York University.