Camille Kasavan joined Samuel Hall in 2017 to support the Migrations Pillar. Prior to this, she spent two years in rural Ethiopia working in the Peace Corps on education, gender, and youth development programming. She has previously conducted desk research on sexual reproductive health and rights policies in West Africa, as well as research on French counter-terrorism law and human rights, and education and violent extremism. Camille holds an MA in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action from the Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA) at Sciences Po Paris.
RESEARCH & ONGOING WORK
IOM World Migration Report: Migrants Caught in Crisis
GIZ, EUTF - BMM, Component 4: working with local civil society organisations to raise awareness and build community dialogue on alternative livelihood options, including safe migration within targeted locations in the East and Horn of Africa.
DRC/NRC/IRC Study on Operational Lessons learned on return and reintegration: lessons learned from Afghanistan, Somalia, and Syria