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academic researcher middle eastern studies

Marc-Etienne Lavergne, French academic researcher middle eastern studies. Counsellor Town Council, Bièvres, France, 2001—2008; elected board member Doctors without Borders INGO, Paris, 2005.

Background

Lavergne, Marc-Etienne was born on March 6, 1953 in Mulhouse, France. Son of Jacques and Annemarie Lavergne.

Education

Degree in Modern Arabic, University Paris-III, 1976. Degree in Political Sciences, Institute d'Etudes Politiques, Paris, 1977. Doctor of Philosophy in Geography, University Paris-VII, 1980.

Career

Socio-economic consultant Ministry Agriculture and Water, Riadh, Saudi Arabia, 1981—1982. Director French Science Unit/U. Khartoum, Sudan, 1982—1988, French Cultural Center, Sudan, 1985—1988, Research Center Contemporary Middle East, Beirut, 1988—1990. Researcher urban studies arab world National Center for Science Research, University Tours, France, 1991—2000.

Researcher geography development s National Center for Science Research, University Paris-X, 2000—2004. Head researcher mediterranean, middle east National Council of Scientific Research, University Lyon-II, France, 2004—2008. Director Research Center Contemporary Egypt, Middle East, Cairo, since 2008.

Political legal adviser Nuba Mountains Cease-Fire Joint Military Commission, Khartoum, 2002. Consultant Doctors Without Borders INGO, Darfour, Sudan, 2004. Humanitarian expert United Nations Security Council's Sanctions Committee, Darfour, 2006, panel coordinator, 06.

Membership

Counsellor Town Council, Bièvres, France, 2001—2008. Elected board member Doctors without Borders INGO, Paris, 2005.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, movies.

Connections

Married Fatna Benmechta, August 27, 2005. 1 child Clara-Kheira.

father:
Jacques Lavergne

mother:
Annemarie Lavergne

spouse:
Fatna Benmechta

child:
Clara-Kheira Lavergne