Engaging Tensions to Go Beyond Inclusion with Migrant Communities
Co-founder: Refugee Livelihood Lab
Camille is a conflict mediator, somatic therapist, and systems change facilitator. Camille’s role includes using the lab’s resources to amplify initiatives emerging from communities with lived experience of forced displacement and migration. She works with an incredible team to surface systemic patterns that cause harm, and support new patterns which value the dignity, experiences, skills, and dreams of racialized migrants.
She brings 18+ years’ experience in community-based facilitation, program design, conflict mediation and healing centered engagement. You can read more about Camille at www.dignityfacilitation.org