The Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights’ Board Member, Moses Gashirabake.
An accomplished leader who has been recognized by the City of Montreal, the Government of Quebec and the Government of Canada, Moses studied political science at Concordia University before studying law. At Concordia, he earned memberships to the exclusive Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability as well as the Garnet Key Honour Society. During his undergraduate career, Moses won numerous academic and extra-curricular awards for his excellence in leadership and his academic work.
Moses received his two law degrees from McGill University in February 2017. While at McGill, he served as the 2014/2015 President of the National Black Law Students' Association of Canada and represented Canada at the 2014 youth G20 Summit in Sydney, Australia.
In summer 2015, Moses completed an international internship at the Supreme Court of Rwanda in the offices of the Chief Justice and Deputy Chief Justice.
At the leading Montreal law firm of Fasken, Moses has worked on large volume public and private project financing transactions in Canada, Europe and Africa. Moses is a member of the firm’s Africa Group and is involved in various community causes locally and internationally.