Originally published in French. 

Rose Lumane Saint-Jean is the winner of the latest edition of the human rights moot court competition and the audiovisual category of the competition on investigation journalism in the justice sector for a video report on violence on minors. Now, the student from Northern of Haiti is in the running for the semi-final of the eloquence competition of the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, in France. The next stage is scheduled on April 14.

With a bachelor degree in Administrative sciences and Local governance at the Public University of North in Cap-Haïtien, Rose Lumane Saint-Jean is on her way to add another important distinction to her young career. Indeed, out of nearly 300 candidates around the world who participated in the prestigious eloquence contest of the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, she managed to reach the semi-final, thus being one of the four last applicants still in the running to win this prestigious international competition.

In August 2020, during the moot court competition organized by the Human Rights Office in Haiti (BDHH), Rose Lumane Saint-Jean had defended her point of view with convincing arguments, in a natural oratorical elegance and in a persuasive tone. Graduating student in law at the Faculty of Law, Economics and Management of Cap-Haïtien, Saint-Jean is a young woman full of talents, including her commitment to defend the rights of all and promote an egalitarian society.Continue reading

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