Stéphanie Hennette Vauchez
Stéphanie Hennette Vauchez is a professor of public law at the Université Paris Nanterre (France), where she is the director of the CREDOF (Centre de recherches et d’études sur les droits fondamentaux). She is also a senior member of the Institut universitaire de France. Her research interests lie in the field of human rights law. She has published extensively on French and European aspects of law and bioethics, on states of emergency and on religious freedom and religious discrimination. She was also one of the scientific coordinators of a vast collaborative research project (REGINE – Recherches et Etudes sur le Genre et les Inégalités dans les Normes en Europe) on gender and law.
Recent publications in English include: “Gender Balance in International Adjudicatory Bodies, in the Max Planck Encyclopedia for International Procedural Law” (2019) and “Incompatibility between the ‘French Republican Model’ and Anti- Discrimination Law? Deconstructing a Familiar Trope of Narratives of French Law” (with Elsa Fondimare), in Barbara Havelkova, Mathias Möschel ed., Anti discrimination law in civil law jurisdictions, Oxford University Press, 2020.