Social Policy Researcher
Lucy Djwa grew up on the unceded territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) nations. Her father is of Chinese-Indonesian and Welsh descent, and her mother is of German-English ancestry. In 2018 she began pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a minor in Computer Science at the University of Victoria. Lucy’s passion for psychology began with her love for people and interest in how to support them. During her time at UVic, she discovered the key role that our environments have on us and became more engaged with environmental justice and social justice. She then switched from Computer Science into a minor in Human Dimensions of Climate change and began an Honours degree in Psychology with a focus in Environmental Psychology. Her experiences growing up on the coast and her trips to visit family in Indonesia have given her a deep love of the Pacific Ocean. She is grateful for the chance to work with the Pacific Peoples’ Partnership
Subscribe to Pasifik Currents
Stay informed with our Pasifik Currents newsletter, your vital link to Pacific news and views, Indigenous resurgence, and local events!
Click the donate button, and you can help facilitate knowledge exchange opportunities between Pacific Islander and Indigenous communities!
When you donate your air miles using Aeroplan, we can fly out more guests from the South Pacific and other areas of Canada to attend events such as Red Tide, our Indigenous youth-led climate summit. Your donation helps us to provide meaningful educational and knowledge-sharing experiences to Pacific Islanders and Indigenous Peoples.
Our work relies on public and private funding from people like you. Your support at any level allows us to achieve our goals and empower the people and communities we partner with.