Aïssata joined IPI in February 2017 working within the Brian Urquhart Center for Peace Operations, where she’s responsible for monitoring programs and budgets, as well as providing support in...
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Aïssata joined IPI in February 2017 working within the Brian Urquhart Center for Peace Operations, where she’s responsible for monitoring programs and budgets, as well as providing support in research. She also manages IPI’s francophone webpage.
Prior to this, she worked at the Permanent Mission of Senegal to the United Nations, as a Political Assistant delegate during Senegal’s presidency of the Security Council. She also worked within the United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations Africa II division, where she monitored political, security and humanitarian developments in the Great Lakes region and drafted briefs for the Security Council. Aïssata holds a Bachelor’s of Law from the University of Lorraine, France, and a Master’s of Law in International Law and Politics from the University of Quebec at Montreal. She is fluent in English, French, Fula and is currently learning Arabic.
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