Julie RIingelheim is Senior Researcher in Human Rights Law with the Belgian National Fund for Scientific Research (FNRS) and with the Centre for Philosophy of Law at Louvain University (UCL). She also teaches international human rights law and sociology of law at UCL. A graduate in law from the Free University of Brussels (1998), with an LLM from Cambridge University (Trinity Hall College) (1999), she obtained her PhD from the European University Institute in Florence (2005). In 2005-2006, she was Research Fellow at the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice in New York University. At IEA-Paris, she will work on a research project on the relations between non-discrimination law and socioeconomic inequalities. Her publications include Cultural Diversity and Human Rights. The Protection of Minorities through the European Convention on Human Rights (in French) (Bruylant, 2006) and, with O. De Schutter, Ethnic Monitoring: The Processing of Racial and Ethnic Data in Anti-Discrimination Policies: Reconciling the Promotion of Equality with Privacy Rights (Bruylant, 2010).