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Elisabeth Meur

Elisabeth is HQAI registered auditor and senior lecturer. She is academic advisor and she teach “research methods” in the programs “Global Health and Development Policy” and “Multilateral Diplomacy” at the School for International Training. She is also research associate at the Centre on Conflict, Development & Peacebuilding (Graduate Institute, Geneva). She was previously research project coordinator at the Geneva Centre of Humanitarian Studies. Since 2006, she has occupied different positions related to foreign policy, security studies and humanitarian action in various contexts.

She has significant experience in project coordination in the humanitarian and development sectors and has carried out many projects in different countries, such as Lebanon and Syria. Elisabeth holds a PhD in International Relations from the University of Namur (Belgium). Her research stands right at the cross of Security Studies and Political Psychology, with a focus on the role of social emotions in conflict and post-conflict situations. She has also a certificate in Project Cycle Management in HA and in Philanthropy. She is certified ISO 19011: 2018, auditing techniques, and CHS.

English, French

Free and open discussion, trust, critical thinking, learning, and improving.

At the beginning of interviews, some people seem a bit worried about being audited. During the discussions, people start to relax, they make confidences, and they seem really glad to explain their daily routines, to share their enthusiasm but also the difficulties they encounter. Seeing smiling faces at the end of interviews is highly rewarding. Being able to build a trustful relationship between the auditor, the organization and community members is clearly one of the most extraordinary audit experience.