Professor Daniel Turp (Canada), Professor of International Law. Daniel Turp started teaching at the Université de Montréal since 1982. Since then, he has taught several law courses at the University of Paris, The International Institute of Human Rights in and Harvard University. He has also been a director of studies at the International law academy in The Hague (1995). Daniel has worked for the Canadian International Development Agency, and was called as an expert for the Bélanger-Campeau Commission on Quebec’s constitutional future. In 2005, he proposed a project for a Quebec constitution and he signed the Manifeste pour un Québec solidaire (Manifesto for Quebec solidarity). He has published many articles on Quebec sovereignty and its constitutional implication.