Eva Cossé, Western Europe assistant researcher, works on issues related to discrimination, migration, and minority rights, with a focus on Greece. Her recent work has included research and advocacy on police abuse and other rights violations of the homeless, people who use drugs and sex workers in downtown Athens, ethnic profiling in Greece and France, xenophobic violence in Greece, summary returns of asylum seekers and migrant children from Italy to Greece, the unlawful detention of migrants and asylum seekers in Malta, and the refugee and migration crisis on Greek Islands. Cossé has previous work experience from the Office of the Human Rights Commissioner of the Council of Europe. She holds a Law degree from the Université Paris 13, a master’s degree in European Law from the Université Paris 12, and a master’s degree in International Law from Université Paris 10. She is fluent in Greek, French, and English.