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Sidney LECLERCQ

Post-doctoral Fellow
Adresse de contact

Recherche et Etudes en Politique internationale (REPI)
Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
Avenue F.D. Roosevelt, 39/41 
Bureau R.41.1.107 (niveau 1 ; sous-sol)
1050 Bruxelles, Belgique.
http://www.repi.ulb.ac.be
http://www.ulb.ac.be
sidney.leclercq@ulb.ac.be

Contact
T: +32 (0)2 650 33 98
sidney.leclercq@ulb.ac.be
www.governance4development.org

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Membre de

  • Faculté de Philosophie et Sciences sociales
  • Département de Science politique
  • REPI
  • Assistants - Corps scientifique
  • Chercheurs

Appartenance

Member of ABSP
(Association Belge francophone de Science Politique)
 
Member of ISA
(International Studies Association)
 
Member of IPSA
(International Political Science Association )

CV

EDUCATION 

2017. Ph.D. in Political and Social Sciences. Université libre de Bruxelles, Recherche et Études en Politique Internationale (REPI). Dissertation title: “Resilience of Fragility: International Statebuilding Subversion at the Intersection of Politics and Technicality”. Supervisor: Prof. Barbara Delcourt. 

2007-2009. Master in European Studies, Major: Politics. Institute of European Studies (IEE), Université libre de Bruxelles. Master Thesis: “La politique de l’Union européenne en matière de labellisation terroriste: Quel impact pour son actorness ? Le cas du Hamas”. Supervisor: Prof. Eric Remacle. 

2004-2007. Bachelor of Political Science, Major: Political Science (bilingual: FR/EN). Université Saint-Louis — Bruxelles. Erasmus Exchange with Corvinus University of Budapest 

2002-2004. Associate of Arts Degree in Business Administration. Modesto Junior College, California. 

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT 

2017-Present : Postdoctoral Fellow – Lead Researcher at REPI, ULB (Recherche et Études en Politique Internationale) and CECRI, UCL (Centre d'étude des crises et des conflits internationaux) for the ACROPOLIS Governance for Development policy support research programme (www.governance4development.org

2014-2017: Research Fellow – PhD Candidate at REPI, ULB (Recherche et Études en Politique Internationale) and CECRI, UCL (Centre d'étude des crises et des conflits internationaux) for the ACROPOLIS Aid Effectiveness in Fragile Contexts policy support research programme. 

2015 - Present: Visiting Lecturer, IEP Sciences Po Lille. 

2015: Visiting Lecturer, Université de Quisqueya (Haïti)

2009-2014 : Research Fellow – PhD Candidate at REPI, ULB (Recherche et Études en Politique Internationale) for the GRAPAX (Research group in support of peace policies) policy support programme. 

2010-2014: Visiting Teaching Assistant, Université Saint-Louis — Bruxelles

SERVICES

Faculty Advisor, Nation Model United Nations: Trained and accompanied University delegations for the UN simulations in New York & London (2010-2012)

Lead-support, ARES University Cooperation: led monitoring activities for the Haïti State University institution building programme in Port-au-Prince (2015-2016)

Vice-President & Founder of Goto Togo ASBL: Organisation promoting awareness on gender related issues in Africa and supporting a local NGO in Togo which provides a shelter and reintegrates young girls (2008-present)

Basic Generate Training in Civil Crisis Management: Certified training organized by the Belgian Ministries of Foreign affairs and Justice, the Federal Police and Egmont Institute (2011)

Biographie

Sidney Leclercq is a post-doctoral research fellow at the Université libre de Bruxelles (REPI - Recherche et Etudes en Politique Internationale) and at the Université Catholique de Louvain (CECRI - Centre d’Etude des Crises et des Conflits Internationaux). He holds a PhD in Political and Social Sciences from ULB. His research focuses on international development cooperation in fragile situations, conditionality, international statebuilding, comprehensive approaches and transitional justice.

Travaux sélectionnés

PUBLICATIONS

Peer-reviewed journal articles and invited book chapters

Leclercq, S. (May 2018). Between the Letter and the Spirit: International Statebuilding Subversion Tactics in Burundi. Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding. doi:10.1080/17502977.2018.1461990.

Leclercq, S., Matagne, G. (July 2018). Belgian Development Cooperation and the Promotion of Good Governance. Testing the Power of Incentives in Central Africa. In P. Vercauteren & Elena Aoun (Ed.), The State between Interdependence and Power in the Contemporary World: A Reassessment. Brussels: Peter Lang. 


Leclercq, S. (2017). Injustice through Transitional Justice? Subversion Strategies in Burundi’s Peace Process and Postconflict Developments. International Journal of Transitional Justice, 10.1093/ijtj/ijx017, 1-20.


Leclercq, S. (2012, mars). Terrorist labelling and European foreign policy making: a (new) weakening tool? In S. Reinke de Buitrago (Ed.), Portraying the Other in International Relations: Cases of Othering, Their Dynamics and the Potential for Transformation. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.


Leclercq, S. (2011). L'image de l'Autre. L'Europe et le Hamas. In S. Boussois (Ed.), Le Moyen-Orient à l'aube du Printemps arabe : Sociétés sous tension. Paris: Editions du Cygne.

Publications in non-Peer-reviewed journals

Leclercq, S., & Maira, M. (2012). Le bon, la brute et le taliban. Revue nouvelle.

Leclercq, S., Matagne, G., & Klimis, E. (2011). La Belgique face aux élections au Burundi, ou les risques 'une démocratie placébo. Revue nouvelle.

Leclercq, S. (2009). La politique de l'Union européenne en matière de labellisation terroriste. Quel impact pour son actorness ? Le cas du Hamas. Les Cahiers Paix & Citoyenneté 1/2009. Pôle Bernheim d'Études sur la Paix et la Citoyenneté. 

 

POLICY SUPPORT PUBLICATIONS 

Evidence Papers

Vervisch, T., Klimis, E., Leclercq, S., Martini, J. & Matagne, G. (2018) Governance Networks for Belgian Development Cooperation. ACROPOLIS Evidence Paper Series, EP2018/003.

Klimis, E., Leclercq, S., Matagne, G., Martini, J. & Vervisch, T. (2018). A Comprehensive Approach for Belgian Development Cooperation. ACROPOLIS Evidence Paper Series, EP2018/002.

Martini, J., Matagne, G., Klimis, E., Leclercq, S. & Vervisch, T. (2018). An Integrated Country Policy for Belgian Development Cooperation ACROPOLIS Evidence Paper Series, EP2018/001.

Policy Tools

Leclercq, S., Matagne, G., Klimis, E., Vervisch, T. & Martini, J. (2017). Guidance on Fragility. ACROPOLIS Policy Tools.

Leclercq, S. (2017). Concept Note on Incentives & Partner Commitments. ACROPOLIS Policy Tools.

Leclercq, S., Matagne G. & Klimis, E. (2013). Strategic Note on Situations of Fragility - Co-drafted with Belgian Development Cooperation.

Working Papers

Leclercq, S. (2017). The Belgian Incentive Tranche: Lessons From a First Generation. ACROPOLIS Working Papers, WP2016/002.  

Leclercq, S., (2014) La Belgique et le Réseau International sur le Conflit et la Fragilité (INCAF): quels enjeux, quel avenir ? ACROPOLIS Working Papers, WP2014/001.

Leclercq, S. (2010). Des élections à la rébellion au Burundi : l’itinéraire d’une (auto)satisfaction internationale (et d’un recul national)? GRAPAX Working Papers, WP2010/002.

Leclercq, S. (2010). Des conclusions de l’examen par les pairs 2010 de l’OCDE-CAD à leur application : vers une « plateforme stratégique stabilité? GRAPAX Working Papers, WP2010/001.

Policy Briefs

Leclercq, S. & Bourlond, A. (2017). Opportunities and challenges of e-government tools in the digitalisation agenda. ACROPOLIS Policy Briefs, PB2016/002.

Leclercq, S., Matagne, G. & Martini, J. (2016). Opportunities, Questions and Trade-offs of Local Civil Society Support by Belgium. ACROPOLIS Policy Briefs, PB2016/001.

Leclercq, S. & Donse, L. (2015). Invoquer l’article 96 de l’accord de Cotonou face à la situation au Burundi : quelle opportunité ? ACROPOLIS Policy Briefs, PB2015/001.

Leclercq, S. (2014). La justice transitionnelle et la reconstruction de l’Etat : défis et perspectives. GRAP Policy Briefs, No 17.  


Leclercq, S.,& Martini, J. (2011). Un an après Busan, quelles implications pour la Belgique et les situations de fragilité ? GRAP Policy Briefs, No 10. 


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Domaines d´intérêt

Development; Governance; Security; International relations; Democratization; Statebuilding; Fragility; Rule of law; Transitional justice.