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By training Dorothée Cambou is a researcher in the field of international law. The main focus of her research lies currently in human rights law in particular concerning the rights of indigenous peoples as well as local communities. She is also interested in business and human rights, the issues concerning sustainable development and the governance of the Arctic region. Over the years, Dorothée Cambou has published a number of publications on the rights of indigenous peoples and participated in multiples international events to present her research on the topic. She holds a doctoral degree of laws from the Vrije Universiteit Brussels where she defended a thesis on the legal significance of the right of indigenous peoples to self-determination and its implications for the Sámi people.
Dorothée’s research interests lie in the field of international law and human rights with specific emphasis on indigenous peoples and arctic issues.
Her doctoral thesis addresses the issue of indigenous self-determination with a focus on Saami rights.