Eugénie Devevey

Editor in Chief

Eugénie Devevey is currently enrolled in the MSc in the Politics of Conflict, Rights, and Justice at SOAS. She is originally from France and completed her BA in International Studies at Leiden University, the Hague, the Netherlands.

At Leiden University, she focused on the Russian and Eurasian region and wrote her bachelor thesis on the Compliance of Russia to the ECHR with a case study on the Human Rights situation in Chechnya.

Prior to SOAS, Eugénie had the chance to study at HSE in Moscow (Russia) and intern in two Human Rights NGOs, PINK Armenia and the Helsinki Association for Human Rights in Yerevan (Armenia).

She also has recently completed an internship at CARE international Morocco in Casablanca.

Eugénie’s academic interest is focused on women’s rights, feminist interpretation of international law and frozen conflict of the Post-Soviet region .


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Authored work

Weekly Briefing – Women should stop working now! (November 2021)

Weekly Briefing – What’s behind Israel’s success story. (March 2021)

Monthly theme – Everyday Islamophobia: Is France still a country of Human Rights? (December 2020)