Élise graduated in law from the University of Lille II, France. She has a particular interest in regional human rights systems. Currently, she is finishing my Master’s degree in Human Rights, both at the University of Paris Nanterre, France and at the Faculty of Law of theUniversity of Medellin, Colombia. Lately, Élise has dedicated myself to research on the hegemonic and anthropocentric paradigm of human rights.
Particularly, she has worked on the environmental and cultural rights of indigenous and tribal peoples in Latin America from a prospective approach, looking towards the rights of nature and
supporting work from the territory and action-research.
At Dejusticia, Élise is a Fellow of the Land and Peasantry.