Clémence Caraux-Pelletan has been a research specialist with the Casualty and Victim Assistance team since 2012, conducting research and writing victim assistance reports for various countries globally, including French-speaking African countries.
Clémence is also currently the Manager for DanChurchAid (DCA) Humanitarian Mine Action Programme in DR Congo and brings seven years of experience in the field of humanitarian aid and development in various International Organizations and NGOs at both headquarters and field level to the Monitor team.
Most recently, Clémence worked as Country Director for the Lutheran World Federation (LWF) in the Central African Republic providing humanitarian assistance to populations affected by the conflict and as a Migration Officer with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) EU Office in Brussels, Belgium, focusing on ensuring humanitarian assistance and protection to all migrants in the EU, irrespective of their legal status. In 2010-2011, she also worked with the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) on the administrative and logistical side of the campaign's work and supported its different teams in their activities on behalf of mine survivors.
She holds a Masters Degree in Comparative Law from the University Paul Cezanne Aix-Marseilles 3 and an LLM in Humanitarian Law from the Geneva Academy of Humanitarian and Human Rights Law.
Location: Bukavu, Democratic Republic of the Congo
Languages: English, French and Spanish