Léa Yammine

Creative and Researcher
Léa Yammine is a creative and researcher. She is the co-director of the Centre for Social Sciences Research & Action (CeSSRA), and has established and led the interpretation of the centre’s scientific research, programmes, and activities into various formats, from an interdisciplinary perspective. She focuses on overseeing a multidisciplinary team of designers, data analysts, and digital creators to develop innovative ways to visualise and disseminate the centre’s data, in line with its mission to make knowledge openly accessible. Her main research areas and work revolve around social security and protection, communication, visualisations, civil society and civic space. Léa holds a BFA in Graphic Design from American University of Beirut, and an MA in Creativity, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation from University of Leeds, as well as a certificate in Data Ethics from edX Edinburgh University.