Throughout my career, democracy and human rights are a constant guide. I’m an environmental activist and a graduate in Moral Sciences, and Cultural Studies. I believe in equity, on a planet with limits.
My mission is to improve the participation of those who tend to be unheard, such as children, migrants and refugees. My energy sprouts from people’s stories, about love, home and hope for better futures.
I started my career in the Belgian Green Party, as a grassroots political-social worker, after which I provided policy advice and led several electoral campaigns. After 7 years, I shifted toward civil society. I served as the general coordinator for Hack Your Future Belgium, the coding school for refugees.
Inspired by my students from all over the world, I pursued my Master’s in Human Rights and Democracy in the MENA region. My thesis allowed me to combine my two passions – photography and participatory research.
After graduating in 2022, I’ve been pursuing my career as a human rights researcher and practitioner, focusing on civil society enablement, refugees’ and child’s rights in the MENA region.