Paul-Gilbert has experience working with key population networks at international, regional and national levels. He particularly appreciates working with them to introduce systems strengthening their transparency and accountability to their members as well as improving systems to collect data and information from local and national level to be used in regional and global advocacy.
Paul-Gilbert is committed to putting Inadequately Served Populations and the promotion of their human rights at the centre of the response to the HIV epidemic.
Paul-Gilbert obtained his Licence Degree in British Literature and Civilisation from the Paris Sorbonne University (France) in 2011 and two Masters Degrees in International Relations and European Studies with a focus on Human Rights from the Universities of Strasbourg (France) and Udine (Italy) in 2013. Paul-Gilbert speaks English and French.