Camille is researcher at VVA Economics and Policy, in the legal team.
Camille is a lawyer with broad interest in the interrelationship between human rights, racial equality and EU integration. She holds dual a bachelor’s degree in English and French law with French Maîtrise from the Universities of Toulouse and Essex. She also holds a master’s degree in Sociology and Global Change from the University of Edinburgh. Her thesis was conducted in conjunction with the Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights (CRER) in Glasgow, where she looked at diversity policies in Scottish nursing and its effects on integration of BAME staff in working culture.
Before joining VVA, Camille worked as a Schuman trainee with the EU Parliament, for the Committee for Health and Safety at Work (CPPT). Areas of expertise range from, employment law, racial studies and human rights. Having lived, studied and worked in four different countries, she has extensive cross-cultural experience, and enjoys a diverse working environment.
Camille is a native English and French speaker, currently learning Spanish.
In her free time, Camille enjoys photography and hiking. She is also a current affairs enthusiast.