Clémence Naré is a Senior Law Advisor with the IGF. She leads the Secretariat’s work on legal frameworks for environmental and social impact assessments. Clémence also contributes to mining law and code reviews, Mining Policy Framework Assessments, and supports global outreach efforts to IGF’s member countries.
Clémence has over a decade of experience working with governments, United Nations agencies, non-governmental organizations, and academia. She has worked on a variety of policy issues, including trade and investment law, human rights, and environmental regulations. She holds three master’s degrees in public administration, international humanitarian law, and international transactions and comparative law. Clemence is currently completing a doctorate in mining investment law at the University of Ottawa.
She speaks French, English, and Mòoré and is based in Ottawa, Canada.