Location United States
Alexandre Corriveau Bourque is a natural resource and land rights specialist. His work focuses on finding opportunities to secure and strengthen the tenure rights of Indigenous peoples and other local communities. He also specializes in working with different stakeholders to collaboratively design projects that "do no harm” to local rights and livelihoods, integrating aspects of collaborative dispute resolution into program design to ensure transparency, mutual accountability, and just, equitable outcomes.
He holds a Master’s (MA) in Geography and a Bachelor’s (BA) in Anthropology and International Development from McGill University in Montréal, Canada.