Ouiza Gallèze holds a PhD in philosophy and a DESS in management. She was a professor of philosophy at the university in Algeria, then a consultant in France in charge of carrying out monographic studies on communes and sensitive neighbourhoods. Today, she is a researcher at the Anthropology Centre in charge of the implementation of the 2003 Convention. In this capacity, she leads and supervises the teams that undertake the realization of ICH inventories by wilayas (departments), works in the field, trains and coordinates the research teams and provides training to civil society. It also participates in the preparation of files of elements to be listed at the national and international levels and in the preparation of periodic reports. She is also the author of several conferences, articles and books on associations and religious heritage.
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