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Currently an undergraduate student at Sciences Po, Camille’s interest in development and inequalities focuses mainly on the urban environment. Deeply involved in organizations protecting women’s rights and the environment, she intends to major in urban studies to further analyze the relations uniting cities, inhabitants, and the environment through the lens of inequalities. She firmly believes in the necessity for development and inequalities to be addressed both at individual and collective levels – as a society living in a state of constant evolution.


Michèle is a first-year Master’s student in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action in Paris. For her, human development is inextricably linked with human rights education and advocacy. People must learn about, through, and for human rights to be able to act on them and to realize human development as a cross-societal good for all.


Yojanis is a Panamanian lawyer turned humanitarian. She’s currently in her second year of the Master of International Development, with concentrations in Project Management and Human Rights. For her, development must have justice in the heart of it all. She has a particular interest in working in infrastructure, governance, and entrepreneurship. She believes that by empowering social minorities and demystifying the systems that create inequality, we pave the way for achieving impact and creating real structural change.