Alexandre Jaillon

Accessible and Interactive: New Methods of Data Visualization as Tools for Data Analysis and Information Sharing in Transitional Justice Research

Abstract The production and use of datasets is a growing area in transitional justice research. One constant limitation, however, is the way this data is visualized. Relying only on static graphics and tables, many of these datasets are insufficiently explored and analyzed, and remain inaccessible for other researchers. Interactive data visualization tools are an ideal […]

Alexandre Jaillon


Alexandre Jaillon studied international relations at the Institute of Political Studies in Lille (France). While completing his master in “Conflict analysis and peacebuilding”, Alexandre spent a year in India and Nepal and wrote his master’s dissertation on the Nepalese peace process. At the French permanent mission to the United Nations, Alexandre represented France at formal […]