Tanya is the lead Researcher and Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for the community-based
organisation Collectif Urgence Toxida (CUT). Her research interest are in human rights, Social
Exclusion, Stigma & Discrimination for Priority population including people who use drugs, LGTBQIA+
community, sex workers and people living with HIV. Tanya has an undergraduate degree in
Psychology from the University of Mauritius (UOM). In 2021, Tanya worked as research assistant for
the project “well-being of priority population in Mauritius” under the guidance of Dr Fiona Grant
from UOM. She was able to gain a wide range of experience through the data collection process with
communities on the field. In 2022, Tanya was also accepted for a fellowship on leadership in
Johannesburg with the Aids and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (ARASA).
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