Garnett Genuis is a Canadian Member of Parliament holding the office for a second term after re-election. He graduated with a Bachelors in Public Affairs and Policy Management from Carleton University and a Masters in Public Policy and Philosophy from the London School of Economics. He currently serves as the Deputy Shadow Minister of Foreign Affairs, enabling him to raise awareness about international human rights violations and promote Canada’s principle-based foreign policy. He is also serving as an International Patron of Hong Kong Watch. Genuis has served as the Vice-Chair of the Parliamentary Friends of Tibet group in the Canadian Parliament, and traveled to Dharamshala twice during his first term to meet with His Holiness the Dalai Lama and officials from the Central Tibet Administration. He has regularly spoken about Tibet issues in Parliament and at the foreign affairs committee. Inspired by his maternal grandmother, who was a Holocaust survivor, MP Genuis is motivated to defend fundamental freedoms and advocate for vulnerable minorities.