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Kékéli Kpognon

Kékél Kpognoni has an academic background in and Migration, Mobility and Development and has worked for the past 15 years on social norms, social change and movement building with African-led organisations, NGOs and platforms in Europe and Africa. With the Quaker Council for European Affairs, Kékéli leads projects that seek to promote a human rights-based approach to European policymaking and implementation on the topic of migration. Her work aims to improve migration narratives by influencing the language used in political discourse, creating spaces to deconstruct the fundamental causes of inequalities in the treatment of people who migrate to Europe, and brings a diverse range of people together for collective problem solving.
The common thread of Kékéli’s work is advocating for people-centred policies and beneficiaries-led practice.

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