Honorine Kuete (She/Her)

Researcher, PhD Student in immigrant entrepreneurship, UMONS / IRFAM / Migration Responsable

About Honorine Kuete

"PhD researcher in Migration Economics in a joint program of three universities (University of Mons, Free University of Brussels and University of Liège), Honorine is also administrator of Migration Responsable, and works as project manager for social and professional integration at the CAI of Namur (the regional center of Intercultural Action within the Province of Namur). 

She has been a researcher at the Institute for Research, Training and Action on Migration (IRFAM), focusing on the integration of migrants into the labor market, in particular through the support for entrepreneurship dedicated to migrant populations. Her varied academic background has endowed her with a particularly advantageous flexibility at the crossroads of economics, social sciences and management. She holds a Master's degree in International and Development Economics, as well as a Master's degree in International Relations - International Marketing, and she then became interested in development economics by carrying out research in circular economy and technology. 

Determined and dynamic, she likes challenges, and her various initiatives in terms of entrepreneurship, sustainable and circular economy, communication and digital marketing etc. give her the ability to manage a complex project and an ease in establish and maintain contacts in a friendand committed, Honorine is naturally empathetic and jovial. She is close to her collaborators with excellent listening skills and great strength of conviction. Highly involved, responsive and reliable, she deploys herself on a daily basis to drive innovation in society globally, as well as fair and sustainable economic growth. Honorine is also involved in the associative environment, and she is administrator of the MRAX (Movement against Racism, Anti-Semitism and Xenophobia)."

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