Robin Hocquet joined SEI Oxford as a Research Associate in February 2021 after completing a seven-month internship. He currently supports the CEDIL Climate Finance Effectiveness Project, which explores the effectiveness of climate adaptation finance in sub-Saharan Africa.
Robin holds a Master of Arts in International Affairs from Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and a Master of International Development from Sciences Po Lille (France). He wrote two Master theses, one about the contribution of diasporas to conflict resolution and development in the Horn of Africa, and the other on the role of the European Union in global climate governance.
His interests include human mobility in the context of climate change and disasters, climate change adaptation, loss and damage, sustainable development, and climate governance.
Robin speaks French fluently and has a good command of Spanish.