Nadia Nahman is the President of the Union of Democratic Forces of Guinea (UFDG)’s Chief of Staff and spokesperson. She was also the former Prime Minister’s spokeswoman during Guinea’s 2015 presidential election and the Secretary General of the UFDG Section in Strasbourg. She was firmly committed to campaigning alongside the UFDG candidate for the October 2020 presidential election.
She has a degree in Public Law from Hassan II University in Morocco, a Master’s degree in New Trends in International Law from Ain-Chock University in Casablanca, and a Master’s degree in Public International Law from the University of Strasbourg.
Nadia, who holds a double diploma from the University of Strasbourg in “Human Rights” and “Law, Society, and Plurality of Religions,” could participate in a round table discussion in the presence of former French Prime Minister Manuel Valls.
Nadia is a PhD candidate in International Human Rights Law at the University of Paris II-Assas. She previously taught constitutional law at the University of Strasbourg and Sciences Po Paris. She was a Legal Assistant at the European Court of Human Rights and was fluent in both languages.
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