Mireille is the gender and migration Research Coordinator at the Centre for Gender and Global Health. Previously, she was Researcher at Global Health 50/50 where she led on a review of the recognition of sex and gender in national COVID-19 health policies. She has also worked at the Quaker United Nations Office, UNAIDS, WHO and Cancer Research UK. Her research areas of focus include gender and equity in health policy, migrant health and sexual violence. Mireille holds a First Class MA in Human Rights from UCL were she was included on the Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences 2020 Dean’s List. Her thesis examined Western media representations of testimonies of conflict-related sexual violence for which she received the Best Dissertation Award. She also holds a First Class BA Hons in Philosophy from the University of Cambridge were she was awarded a Churchill College Scholarship.