It is our great pleasure to introduce our new IntLawGrrls contributor Morgane Greco.
Morgane is an International Studies Master’s degree candidate from the University of Montreal. She holds a Public Law’s Bachelor additionally to a Political Science’s Bachelor from Lyon II University in France.
Thanks to the ERASMUS+ Program, Morgane has spent one semester in Nicosia, at University of Cyprus where she studied the post-conflict Cypriot society. For six months, she has been doing an internship at the United Nations Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict, in New York. She is currently finishing her master’s thesis about the work of this Office’s international civil servants in the fight against conflict-related sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Thanks to the Canadian Partnership for International Justice, Morgane attended the 2019 Assembly of the States Parties of the International Criminal Court. Earlier, in July 2019, she took part in the World Mediation Forum in Luxembourg where she gave a presentation on mediation and transitional justice in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, focusing on sexual violence’s crimes.
Morgane’s interests are focused on the plague of conflict-related sexual violence, including meaningful reparations for victims, access to justice and accountability for perpetrators. She is also highly involved in the fight against gender inequalities and its consequences.