French Journalist specializing in Police and Judicial Affairs
Elise Vincent, 34, has a Bachelor’s Degree and a post-graduate degree in history of International Relations from University Sorbonne (Paris). She also graduated from the Center of Vocational Training of Journalism (CFPJ). She has written on police and justice for Le Monde since last January. She writes among other things a lot on terrorism issues. She has spent the last five years as the paper’s immigration correspondent and has worked for Le Monde for 10 years. She was selected for the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) in June 2014 and won the French-American Foundation Immigration Journalism Award in 2012.
In 2013, she participated in a collective book called Reporting at the southern borders. Journalism and Public Debates on Immigration in the US/ EU (Routledge).