Jessica Corredor holds a PhD in Sociology and Anthropology from the University Paris VII – Denis Diderot in France. She holds a M.A in Migrations and Interethnic Relations from the same university. She was a fellow of the Research Institute for Development (IRD) in France. Her research work has focused on issues such as the construction of the State, forced displacement, social mobilizations, land grabbing and rural development.
She currently works as a researcher and is Director of the International area of Dejusticia, where she is in charge of designing, developing and implementing the international work strategies of the organization.
She has worked with several international human rights organizations and as a human rights consultant.