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Human Dignity was founded and is led by Seynabou. She has been working as a jurist specialized in human rights and international criminal law for the past seventeen years.
 
Currently based in Paris, she is also an Associate Justice at the French National Court of Asylum.
Since graduating in law from the University Panthéon-Assas in Paris, Seynabou has worked for various international NGOs (Amnesty France, FIDH, OMCT, ECPM), the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, UN agencies (WHO and UNDP), the National Human Rights Institution of Norway and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. 
Seynabou has worked with many national human rights NGOs in Sub-Saharan Africa and South East Asia. An important aspect of her work has involved training numerous lawyers and human rights defenders on regional and universal human rights protection systems; economic, social and cultural rights, as well as regional and international complaints mechanisms. 
In addition, she has directed and produced documentaries on human rights defenders working on housing rights in Cambodia and economic, social and cultural rights of the Brazilian indigenous peoples. 
 
She has lived and worked in the United States, Tanzania, Norway, Switzerland and France. 

Karine holds a degree in philosophy and international relations.

She is currently stationed at CCFD-Terre Solidaire, the leading French development NGO. She works with the media in connection with the plea of CCFD-Terre Solidaire on several themes: corporate social responsibility, food sovereignty, fight against tax havens and conflict resolution. 

Karine was previously employed by the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH).

Based in Nairobi, Kenya, Anita is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya and holds a Master’s degree in Public International Law from the Queen Mary, University of London. She has 10 years’ experience in the human rights and governance sector and has received Advanced Human Rights training on Social Economic Rights Litigation.

Anita has passion for women and girl child rights, specifically using international and national human rights law in advancing women’s rights. She has also worked as a Programme Manager, Access to Justice at the Kenyan Section of the International Commission of Jurists, leading and designing strategies around access to justice aa well as leading efforts towards international treaty body monitoring processes.

She has conducted research for both the Truth Justice and Reconciliation Commission of Kenya and the Open Society Justice Initiative. Anita is a member of the Federation of Women Lawyers in Kenya, Law Society of Kenya and the International Commission of Jurists – Kenyan Section.

Aisha Gilani is a UK trained barrister.

Aisha's previous work experience includes working in Human Rights with NGOs and the UN in Geneva. At present, Aisha is active in the field of public diplomacy and communications. 

Ms Martel has worked for more than a decade in the field of human rights and international humanitarian law in Asia and Latin America. She holds degrees from the School of Oriental and African Studies and the University of Barcelona and Salamanca.

Orlane is a lawyer who holds a Master of Advanced Studies in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights from the Academy of International Humanitarian Law (Geneva).

She previously worked at the World Organisation against Torture on various projects such as violence against women, reporting to the United Nations treaty bodies and assistance to victims.