Morgane Dussud is a 4th year PhD candidate at the department of international politics at SOAS, working under the supervision of Prof. Stephen Hopgood and Dr Meera Sabaratnam. Her main interests are international human rights politics in both theory and practice.
She works on issues related to social movements, transnational advocacy and democracy theories, with a regional interest on South East Asia. Her current doctoral research focuses on the politics of resistance in semi-authoritarian regimes with a specific focus on human rights mobilisation during the semi-democratic interlude in Myanmar in the period 2010-2021.
With a professional background with national and international NGOs, she is also interested in questions related to civic space and the transformation of the international development and humanitarian fields.