Her research mainly focuses on vulnerability and gender in IR. She previously conducted research on prostitution in IR, which she found out to be a taboo of international negotiations, and earlier on transnational women movements in the early 20th century.
Currently, her doctoral research focuses on the reception in multilateral organizations of children’s mobilizations for climate, through the study of the petition to the Children’s Rights Committee (CRC) that Greta Thunberg and 15 other children filed in 2019 against States that did not respect their engagement to fighting climate change. She is also interested in other complaints that were filed to the CRC by migrant children through the same procedure of participation.
Anaëlle Vergonjeanne is also a member of the GRAM, research group on multilateralism labeled and financed by the CNRS. She works on the multilateralism watch group within it.
She teaches Bachelor and Master’s students at Sciences Po in Paris and Lille on political science, gender studies and international relations.
Children and international organizations, International organizations, multilateralism, Sociology of international relations, Childhood studies, Gender studies
- Establishment : Sciences Po, title : Diplomacy and Negotiation - Teaching Assistant, (level : master),
- Establishment : Sciences Po Lille (IEP Lille), title : Genre et action internationale - Séminaire, (level : master),
- Establishment : Sciences Po, title : Introduction à la science politique - Conférence de méthode, (level : licence)
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