Alice Vervaeke

Alice Vervaeke

Project Researcher

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Alice Vervaeke joined the IES in March 2019 as a Project Researcher. As part of the Migration, diversity and justice cluster, she works on EU-funded projects, namely the H2020 Mindb4Act project and JP-COOPS. Her research focuses on the prevention of radicalisation and violent extremism.

Prior to joining the IES, Alice Vervaeke worked at the EU Institute for Security Studies (EUISS) as a Junior Analyst, at AGRER as a Projects Assistant and at the Egmont Institute as a Research Assistant. Alice holds a BA in African History from SOAS and an MA in International Security from Sussex University.

 

Publications: 

- (2017) African futures: Horizon 2025, EUISS, Report n°37
- Alice Vervaeke (2017) Gulf of Guinea: pirates and other tales, EUISS, Alert, n°19
- Alice Vervaeke and Aleksandra Tor (2017) What if...a coup is launched in Cameroon?, EUISS, Report n°34
- Alice Vervaeke, Valerie Arnould, Aleksandra Tor (2016) Africa uprising? The protests, the drivers, the outcomes, EUISS, Brief n°33