Of French nationality, Sixtine Jauréguiberry is holder of a Master of intercultural mediation from the Catholic Institute of Paris and she is also graduated from the Cutural Management Master 1 of the Catholic University of Angers.
She worked for three months as an intern à the National Direction for the Cultural Heritage of Mali in Bamako, 2008. She worked on the issue of tangible and untangible heritage linked to the Niger River.
She is currently intern at Irenees where she is working with the South Asia pole.
A participé à l’atelier :
The centre for Study of Society and Secularism has for main goal to fight against communal violences in South Asia and try to redefine the concept of secularism for a more cohesive society.
The Pakistan Study Center is part of the University of Karachi and has for goal to create a national cohesion through the studies of languages, litterature and social structure of the people of various regions of Pakistan and by publishing research on the same topics.
Analyse du Chapitre 5 : « Deuxième vague de l’avenir :l’hyperconflit ».
An NGO that works to emphasize the intellectual capabilities and contribution of women in the development of society and civilization.