Tim McSorley is the National Coordinator of the International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group (ICLMG) coalition. His work focuses on advancing the coalition’s mandate to defend civil liberties in Canada from the impact of national security and anti-terrorism laws. This includes publishing research reports and policy briefs, engaging with the public, and advocating with lawmakers. Current priorities include transparency and accountability in national security activities; emerging forms of surveillance; religious, racial and political profiling; and rights concerns around the use of secret evidence. Tim holds a BA in Journalism and Political Science from Concordia University in Montreal, and is the former coordinator of both the Media Co-operative and the Voices-Voix Coalition. He currently resides in Ottawa.