Tara Dickman

Consultant, Le Next Level
Paris, France

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Tara worked for HIA France from October 2007 to November 2012. A senior fellow herself, she joined HIA after receiving an M.A in comparative politics from New York University, where she focused on the impact of the monopoly of cultural approaches to minority rights in international law on the understanding of the 2005 riots in the French suburbs. Tara grew up between Paris and the suburbs where she has been and remains involved in social, artistic, and civil rights issues. Prior to attending NYU, she had received a B.A in Information and Communication followed by a graduate program at the Institute for European Studies of Paris 8 University before doing some comparative research on race and urban politics at Brown University. From 2010 to 2016, she organized a nation-wide campaign against racial profiling in France involving several senior fellows, which resulted in France being found guilty or racial discrimination and several bills to collect data on stop and search presentend in Parliament. Today, with her non profit "Le Next Level", she is a strategist and a community organizer for projects fostering equal rights and opportunities and social cohesion. She is also a State-certified civil servant trainer on inclusive management, discrimination, and the implications of secularism in the workplace.

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