Martin Ronceray, a French national, is a research assistant for the LQS team at ECDPM. He holds an M.A in International Relations & Diplomacy Studies (College of Europe, Bruges) as well as postgraduate degrees in African Studies and European Affairs (Université Paris 1 Sorbonne); and he studied History in France and Germany as undergraduate. Martin’s main interests lie at the crossroads of International Development, Diplomacy and Governance. His main areas of expertise are Sub-Saharan Africa and the Post-Soviet Space.
Before joining ECDPM as a result of winning a “College of Europe prize for the best thesis on EU-Africa relations”, Martin worked in the corporate world for a year in Prague. Before that, he was a stagiaire for the European External Action Service at the EU Delegation to Ethiopia, in Addis Ababa.
His current activities at ECDPM include research on governance and anticorruption policies and policy coherence in the context of the 2030 Agenda, as well as the management of an international network of government experts on Policy Coherence.