Phd candidate in Political Science (Sciences Po Paris, Center of European Studies)
Melodie has ten years of experience in the migration field, across practice (with international institutions and non– governmental organizations) and research.
Based on this complementary background, she has developed a set of skills to foster dialogue between scholarship and practice, and outreach activities across the range of stakeholders involved in migration issues: policy organizations, scholarly networks, migrant communities and the wider public.
Her research interests focus specifically on the links between migration and development policies, by exploring the policy, contest and legitimating role of non-governmental organizations, particularly within European and West-African countries.
Mattia S & Beaujeu M 2016 “Les associations de femmes migrantes au sein de la société civile. Une reconnaissance ambivalente et polysémique.” Revue Hommes et Migrations N°1311 : 123-131
Beaujeu M 2015 Co-organization with Virginie Guiraudon of the conference « Refugees welcome : Understand better in order to host better ». Moderator of the 4th panel «Which concrete tools should we provide for hosting refugees ? », Paris City Hall, France. November 21, 2015.
Link (multimedia): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iV6Z4nVcnsY
Beaujeu M 2015 Presentation with Patrick Simon of the results of a research project “Upstream” about compared integration policies in EU countries. Annual conference of the research network IMISCOE (International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion), University of Geneva, 25th of June 2015.