Emilie Wacogne has been working as a resources project manager at Banlieues d'Europe for one year and half, speaking at :
The Impact of Cultural and Citizenship Education on Social Cohesion, with NECE (Networking European Citizenship Education) in Vilnius
Kunstfactor festival Debate 'Art nearby people', Amsterdam (24 September 2009)
"Diversity and Medias" - April 27 th of 2009-Cultural Cooperation Charter, Local policies- City Hall of Lyon.
Publications (« Intercultural pedagogic tools ?» Injep, Cahiers de l'action n°24-25, Drafting Committee of No. 50of the Cahiers of DSU (Social Urban Development) as regards principal objectives that today characterize artistic projects).
Currently, she is doing a PHD in Film Studies at the University of Lyon, France. Her field of research concerns the Cultural Diversity (i.e. hybrid identities) in the artistic field. Emilie Wacogne also spoke at the international conference “Representing diasporas in Cinema and New Media” at the University of Exeter, UK, in July 2007.
She holds an M.A. from Université Lumière in Lyon, France. She has been working at different cultural institutions: School Library Media Center in the Parisian suburbs, Public Library, Pompidou Center. Emilie Wacogne was a Public Relations Assistant at the Festival Côté Court–International Short-movies Festival, Seine Saint Denis (Parisian suburbs); at the Opéra de Lyon, France (Final Year Student Project: documentary on Lyon Opera Ballet and teenagers dancing Hip Hop); at the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB), Spain; and was a Film Researcher (conception of 8 cd-rom documentary series on Paris in the Twenties and the surrealists group exhibited at the CCCB and at Bilbao Fine Arts Museum).
In 2001, she wrote a dozen of on-line articles about Neo-Nazism in the Spanish Newspaper “La Vanguardia Digital”, Barcelone, Spain. During this same year, as an Erasmus student, she was part of the Migracom group, a research group on migration and communication, funded at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona.
As a part of her extracurricular activities, she has realized a photo-report on minorities in New York, which was exhibited at the Art gallery “Le Grenier” in Dijon, France.