PhD in Environmental Anthropology at the National Museum of Natural History (Paris), after a master degree in Land Management and Ecology, Marine Robillard is specialized on issues related to environmental governance, socio-cultural risks and indigenous people in Africa. Her thesis focuses on forest policies, biodiversity conservation projects, as well as social, territorial and cultural impacts of forest policies on local communities and Indigenous people in Central Africa. In 2011 she co-found AnthropoLinks, a social science research company. She has been involved in social baseline, impacts assessment, resettlement, monitoring and evaluation and has work towards approaches that encourage benefit-sharing and positive social and environmental outcome. A specialist in involuntary resettlement, she also works on the application of social safeguard policies of international institutions. During these projects, she has carried out studies related to rights and access to natural resources, livelihood and Indigenous People’s empowerment. She conducts long-term fieldworks in Central and west Africa as well as in France.