Elodie Hut holds a Master’s degree in Humanitarian Action and Law from the Institute of International Humanitarian Studies of Aix-en-Provence (France), as well a second Master’s degree in International Relations from Sciences Po Aix-en-Provence. Prior to joining the Hugo Observatory, Elodie worked at the UNHCR and the IOM in South Africa, for GIZ in Senegal, and in a Disaster Risk Reduction consultancy firm in South Africa, performing tasks ranging from project management and development to M&E, as well as research and capacity building. Her research interests include disaster risk reduction and resilience, the migration-adaptation nexus, and migration governance.
Currently, Elodie is conducting her PhD at the Hugo Observatory, in the framework of the MAGYC project. She previously worked as a Research Assistant within the Hugo Observatory, where she supported the daily activities of the EDGE project and conducted research for the MIGRADAPT project. She joins the HABITABLE project as a member of the Hugo Observatory research team.