Clément Deshayes is a Sudan Analyst and Co-Director of the Editorial board. His research addresses social and protest movements in urban contexts. He is based between Paris and Khartoum.
He is a PhD Candidate and Research Fellow in Political Anthropology at Paris 8 University, where he also teaches, and an affiliate of LAVUE and the CEDEJ in Khartoum.
He holds a Master’s in Political Sociology from Paris-1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University and a University Diploma in Arabic from Paris-4 Sorbonne University. He was also Project Manager at the CEDEJ, the French research center in Khartoum.