ESCR Research Team



Kriti is currently pursuing the Dual Masters of International Affairs and Law at Sciences Po and Georgetown, specializing in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action. Throughout her experiences she has been able to work in advocacy and public policy topics.



Laura is currently enrolled in the International Development Masters programme at Sciences Po. She is specializing in economics and Africa. She is particularly interested in Sen’s vision of development through capabilities, which leads her to raise questions about the effective access to economic and social rights among vulnerable groups around the world, such as women, rural populations or indigenous minorities.


Tara is an Indian student at Sciences Po. She’s currently in the first year of the Master in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action at PSIA, with a specialization in South Asian studies and migration. She strongly believes that human rights issues in South Asia need to be given adequate importance and studied in the complexity of their own contexts in terms of academic research, and would like to work towards bringing these issues into conversation.


Haibado comes from Djibouti and is now pursuing her first year in the International Public Management Master at SciencesPo. She hopes to produce works focusing on how the development of accessible education and the private sector can contribute to alleviate social and economic inequalities in the African context. Her goal is to help people in expanding their reflexion on Africa outside the monolithic and restrictive lenses of poverty and corruption. She aims to do justice to the diversity observed in the economics of Africa and notably educate about alternatives to public intervention that arise from civil society. 


Jing-Jie is currently pursuing his dual Master’s degree in Human rights and Humanitarian Action at Sciences Po and War studies at King’s College London. He is interested in in human rights protection and monitoring mechanism, child’s rights and the rights of persons with disabilities. Having traveled across Europe, especially in the Balkans, this experience consolidated his interest in the protection of civilians in armed conflicts and the reconstruction of post-conflict societies. 


Born in Guatemala, Juan Arturo is currently enrolled in Sciences Po’s Public Policy – Cultural Policy and Management Master’s degree programme. He is interested in re-exploring the notion of development through intersectionality, he believes that cultural facilities are both hubs of social cohesion and generators of democratic integration.