Research Fellow at the ECLJ, Delphine Loiseau holds a "Master II in Private international law and comparative law" (Lyon III, 2015), for which she wrote a dissertation on: "Is nationality always a sovereign prerogativeof the State? Approach to the determination of nationality tested by international human rights law and European Union law."
She also obtained the CRFPA in 2018 and the CAPA in 2020.
The European Centre for Law and Justice is an international, Non-Governmental Organization dedicated to the promotion and protection of human rights in Europe and worldwide. The ECLJ has held special Consultative Status before the United Nations/ECOSOC since 2007.
The ECLJ engages legal, legislative, and cultural issues by implementing an effective strategy of advocacy, education, and litigation. The ECLJ advocates in particular for the protection of religious freedoms and the dignity of the person with the European Court of Human Rights and other mechanisms afforded by the United Nations, the Council of Europe, the European Parliament, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), and others.
The ECLJ bases its action on "the spiritual and moral values which are the common heritage of European peoples and the true source of individual freedom, political liberty and the rule of law, principles which form the basis of all genuine democracy" (Preamble of the Statute of the Council of Europe).