Céline Glutz joined UNRISD in June 2008 as an intern to work for the programme on Identity, Conflict and Cohesion. Céline assisted Terence Gomez to research on Ethnic and Spatial Inequalities for the upcoming UNRISD Flagship Report on Poverty.
At the time of her internship, Céline is doing her Master in International Affairs at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva. She specialized in Security and Conflict Management as well as Global Society, including human rights, migration and development. She holds a BA in Social Policies and Social Work from the University of Fribourg, Switzerland.
Céline had worked for a year in India with marginalized youth. She also did research for Geneva Call on non-state armed groups and the involvement of children in armed conflict in Sri Lanka. Further, she has been working on transitional justice issues with Track Impunity Always (TRIAL).