Alice is a 24 year old freelance writer, filmmaker and photographer with a focus on forced migration, women's rights, environmental issues related to conflict and climate change. She is currently writing for VICE Impact, VICE's advocacy channel and filming a new short doc in Tripoli, Lebanon with the support of One World Media.
In June 2016, Alice graduated with a Masters in Arabic and International Relations from the University of St Andrews, where she specialised her research on the impact of war on water resources in Syria. During her time studying, she worked closely with Chatham House’s Energy, Environment and Resources Department where she helped research reports and analyse data on the refugee energy crisis as part of the pioneering Moving Energy Initiative. Alice has worked on various projects related to refugees and technology. In November 2016, for example, she chaired a panel discussion with Muzoon Almellehan from the Malala Foundation on education in refugee camps and technology at the Wired 2016 Next Generation event.
Pachamama, her feature-length documentary that looks at the impact of climate change on an indigenous community in the Bolivian Andes, Premiered in 2016 at Chatham House in front of 250 researchers, diplomats and students. The film is now being screened in schools in the UK to bring awareness to the human stories behind climate change.
In 2017, Alice travelled to Horn of Africa where she reported on the drought in Ethiopia and Somalia and its impact on women and the internally displaced. She recently travelled back to East Africa to report on the South Sudanese refugee crisis and its environmental impact in northern Uganda. She also reported on the energy crisis in Lebanon and it's impact on low-income families and refugees.
Born in Paris, she spent her childhood there before moving to London. Alice is fluent in English, French, Spanish and also speaks Arabic and Persian.
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