Caroline Keisha Foray
A master’s candidate in social work with a concentration in feminist studies, Caroline Keisha has degrees in educational psychology and arts management. Her interests focus on ethnicity and racialization processes and their influences on social, cultural, political dynamics and social identity and gender categorizations. As part of her research assistant position, she works on the judicialization of women and social recognition through public speaking.
Research assistant and DESS student in human rights. She holds a master’s degree in political science and a double bachelor’s degree in political science and hispanic literature. Cyrielle previously worked in communication and press relations for various non-governmental human rights organizations. She is currently interested in the invisibility of bisexual and mixed-race people and its impact on the recognition and realization of their rights.