Lucie Plasse

Lucie Plasse
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Main areas of work

Lucie Plasse newly joined the MSD Unit as an intern for the Migration and Sustainable Development Unit to support the Making Migration Work for Sustainable Development (M4SD) programme, an 11-country programme supporting migration and development initiatives with a focus on the local level. She provides support in a broad range of areas, such as the local portfolio, knowledge management, analysis and the re-launch of the M4D Net website.

Previous experience

She previously did a six-month internship at the Justice and Corrections Service part of the Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions within the United Nations Department of Peace Operations. She completed a third master's degree at the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne in Law and Governance of International and European Affairs. Last year, Lucie spent a year at the Collège Juridique Franco-Roumain d’Etudes Européennes of Bucharest, Romania, specializing in International Governance.  She completed a first master's degree in International Law at the Université Lyon 3 Jean Moulin, where she was also a member of the LyonMUN team with a focus on United Nations, and a second Master’s in International Relations at the University of La Paz, in Bolivia.  She speaks French, English and Spanish.

Thematic interests
  • Human rights and rule of law issues
  • Humanitarian, Migration and Refugee law
  • Migration and sustainable development