- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict, peace and security
- Peace and development
Cyrielle is a Research Assistant in the SIPRI Sahel and West Africa program. She assists the researchers in research design, data collection and analysis on the local population's perception of security in the Sahel. She also supports other activities linked to project development management (monitoring fundraising opportunities and writing research proposals).
Prior to joining SIPRI, she worked for the Agency for Peacebuilding in Bologna as a research and MEL intern. She took part in several evaluations, mainly on projects focusing on the integration of women and young people in peacebuilding and governance processes, or on reconciliation projects. She also interned with various NGOs working in the fields of humanitarian aid, good governance and democratization. She completed her master's thesis focusing on the effectiveness of the local turn in peacebuilding interventions, analyzing interventions in East Timor and Liberia as case studies.
Local participation in peacebuilding, conflict resolution, peacebuilding and democratic transition
Sahel and West Africa
Master’s degree in Conflict and Development, Sciences Po Lille
Master’s degree in International Affairs, Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe