Abdoulaye Diallo

Abdoulaye Diallo has been working with Greenpeace Africa since 2017, starting as a volunteer before becoming a staff member. He is currently the deputy project leader for a global campaign on fossil fuels. He has a master's degree in public law with a specialisation in international relations. At Greenpeace Africa, particularly in West Africa, he is one of the pioneers of strategic litigation as a means of advancing community rights. He believes that there are many legal opportunities in Africa, often unknown to communities, that can be used to promote climate justice. He would like to create a structure in the future that will help demystify the law for communities and contribute to the fight for climate justice.