Development environment

Policy and Research

Christelle Cazabat


Christelle is a Researcher in the Policy and Research team, focusing on the socioeconomic impacts of internal displacement, development-induced displacement and global monitoring frameworks.

She has been working in international development since 2007 for the French Embassies in the Dominican Republic and in Cameroon, the United Nations Population Fund’s country office in Cameroon, the World Health Organization’s Eastern Mediterranean regional office in Egypt and headquarters in Geneva, and the Human Development Report Office of the United Nations Development Programme in New York.

She holds a PhD from the University of the Sorbonne (Paris) on the role of civil society in development, for which she conducted 18 months of research in Cameroon. Christelle speaks French, English and Spanish.