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Dr.Claire Callejon

Project Manager

Dr Claire Callejon is a senior researcher at the Paris Human Rights Center and has been part of the Geneva Academy Platform on Treaty Body Review since 2017. Her areas of expertise include international human rights law, the United Nations human rights machinery and asylum and refugee law.


During the drafting and the adoption of the Convention, Claire was working as a legal adviser with the International Commission of Jurists and followed the process closely, engaging with all relevant actors, including State representatives and organizations of victims and their families. Since then, Claire has worked as a consultant specializing in legal research for human rights NGOs and more recently for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR). She also worked as a judge assessor appointed by the UNHCR at the French National Court of Asylum, the court of appeal for asylum seekers in France. As part of her recent consultancies for OHCHR and the Geneva Academy, Claire has worked on UN human rights treaty body communications, including the right to reparation and remedies in treaty body jurisprudence.


Dr Callejon holds a PhD in Public Law from Paris II University (Panthéon-Assas) which she completed under the supervision of Pr. Emmanuel Decaux. Her PhD dissertation focused on the reform of the UN Human Rights Commission and the Human Rights Council. She also holds a Master’s degree in International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law from the same university.

Ramla Liatouji has a diverse background in coordinating international event projects for global communication agencies and ESS organizations.


Her journey began with a focus on children's rights protection, transitioning into consulting for the professional integration of individuals with disabilities. With a passion for human rights advocacy, she then directed her efforts towards supporting NGOs dedicated to defending these rights. Ramla's pivotal role in organizing the ECPM-Ensemble Against the Death Penalty's world and regional Congresses, along with her involvement as a founding member of the World Coalition Against the Death Penalty, showcases her commitment to international advocacy and civil society mobilization.


Drawing from her extensive experience in multi-media operational communication, Ramla provides valuable expertise to empower the growth of organizations and initiatives that serve societal interests.

Ramla Liatouji

Executive Coordinator

Tatiana Avanthay

Communications Consultant

Tatiana Avanthay is a communications professional currently working as a consultant for the Wordl Congress on Enforced Disappearances.

Tatiana has over 10 years of experience in communications in the field of academia, NGOs, and International Organizations. She has held various support roles through the years which have granted her experience in event organization, website development, communication campaigns and IT and media conference equipment installations. She has worked to build several websites over the years, as well as manage social media campaigns, videos shootings and editing, podcasts production and graphic content. 


Tatiana holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Business from the University of Savoie, as well as a Diploma of Advanced Studies in Project Management from the University of Geneva.  

Nordine Drici

Strategic Coordinator

Historian and jurist, Nordine Drici has nearly twenty-five years of professional field expertise related to humanitarian contexts, crises or states undergoing reconstruction in Africa, Asia and the Near and Middle East. In this context, he exercised management functions at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) as well as implementation functions of bilateral and multilateral cooperation projects linked to fundamental rights at the Ministry of Europe and of Foreign Affairs (MEAE). 

Director of the expertise and consulting firm ND Consultance since 2012, Nordine Drici has developed a significant component of strategic support actions and training partnerships with several French and international institutions, international consultancy firms and associations on the question of the rule of law, humanitarian questions, fundamental rights, asylum and migration questions. He also worked as an electoral observer, notably as a Human Rights Analyst in European Union electoral observation missions (Pakistan, 2018).  

At the same time, Nordine Drici created the association Planète Réfugiés-Droits de l’Homme (PRDH). A French non-profit association, PRDH works with two French university legal clinics and several associations for the protection of fundamental rights abroad. PRDH is particularly developing an international initiative aimed at drafting specific international standards concerning the conditions of detention and treatment of people sentenced to death around the world.

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