Bernard Duhaime
Project Director

Bernard Duhaime is a professor of International Law at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) and a specialist in the Inter-American System for the Protection of Human Rights. He is also chairman of the Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances, which reports to the United Nations Human Rights...

Camille Labadie
Project Administrator

Camille Labadie is a lecturer at UQAM. She holds a degree in History from the University of Strasbourg (France), as well as a degree in International Relations and International Law, and a Master’s degree in International Law. Camille Labadie has carried out several missions with the Parliamentary Assembly of the...

Noémie Boivin
Project Coordinator

Holding a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations and International Law from the Université du Québec à Montréal, Noémie Boivin is Assistant Editor-in-Chief at the Revue québecoise de droit international and a contributor at the Canadian Center on Statelessness. She also acted as case manager at UQAM’s international human rights defence...

Marion Mompontet
Research Assistant

Currently studying law at UQAM, Marion Mompontet holds a law degree in France and two university degrees in American law and Anglo-Saxon law. Her research focuses on the detention regime applicable to members of the “Islamic State” captured during the armed conflict between the US-led International Coalition in Syrian territory. In...

Rachel Hatcher
Research Assistant

Dr. Rachel Hatcher holds a Ph.D. in history from the University of Saskatchewan. She then received a postdoctoral fellowship from the Institute of Reconciliation and Social Justice at the University of the Free State (South Africa) and a scholarship for excellence for international students from the Quebec Research Fund –...

Éloïse Ouellet-Décoste
Research Assistant

Éloïse Ouellet-Décoste is a lawyer specializing in Aboriginal Law and International Law. She has been working as a consultant for the Institute of Sustainable Development of the First Nations of Quebec and Labrador (FNQLSDI) since December 2017. As legal counsel, she assists First Nations communities in the negotiation and implementation...

Mathilde Lafortune
Volunteer

Mathilde Lafortune is a recent graduate of the University of Quebec in Montreal with a BA in International Relations and International Law. She is currently based in Bolivia where she acts as a gender equality advisor for the Quebec Program for International Development and Uniterra program. She has also worked...

Marie Rémy-Lever
Volunteer

Marie Rémy-Lever holds a Master’s degree in International Law and a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies. Marie Rémy-Lever worked for the International Organization of La Francophonie in Paris and the Québec Government Office in London. She also participated in a project orchestrated by the International Youth Offices of Quebec (LOJIQ)...

Sara Gold
Volunteer

Sara Gold is a law student at McGill University. She also holds an Honours B.A. in International Development and Feminist Studies from McGill University. Sara has lived in both Argentina and Costa Rica where she has worked for NGOs in Buenos Aires, the Embassy of Canada to Argentina and Paraguay...

Léa Serier
Research Assistant

Léa Serier holds a law degree from the University of Toulouse (France) and completed one year of a Master’s degree in International Law at the same university. Léa is currently studying law at the Université du Québec in Montreal (UQAM), where she researches under the direction of Professor Bernard Duhaime....