Marie Mossi is Vioce President of Association Africaine de Defense des Droits de l’Homme
After pursuing legal studies, Marie Mossi worked with non governmental organizations advocating for human rights.
Marie Mossi has been a member of African Organization for Human Rights Defense (ASADHO) since 1995. In 1998, she took direction of ASADHO’s women and children program until 2002 where she was elected Vice-President.
From 1999 to 2002, she represented ASADHO in the networks of the civil society organizations which were fighting for the demobilization of the child soldiers. Ms. Mossie was also the Secretary General of the Action Group for the Demobilization and Reinsertion of the Children Soldiers (GADERES).
Marie Mossi is a member of Action Network Women (RAF) as well, which is a network of feminine organizations fighting against gender-based violence. She coordinated the network’s activities from 2002 to 2006.
Besides her functions in these organizations, she brought her experience to further the dialogue between Congolese. As a result, Marie Mossi was chosen among the experts of the RDC for the International Conference about the Great Lakes Region which reached the signature of an agreement of non-aggression in the area.