Ms Dailly holds a BA in History and Political Science and an MA in International Relations and International Development from the University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne. During her Masters degree, she studied at Columbia University for a semester, and got increasingly interested in post-communist/post-soviet countries, writing a thesis on civil society in Kyrgyzstan.
After her studies, she worked for various NGOs and international organizations on urban development, migrants’ inclusion and political participation issues in France and Kosovo*, before her passion for the Western Balkans eventually brought her to RYCO.
Ms Dailly is working with the RYCO Team though a program implemented by the France Volontaires, a non-profit association, operator of the French Ministry of the Foreign Affairs for the voluntary service of international solidarity (VSI). Her engagement in RYCO has been initiated by the French MFA.
Regional Youth Cooperation Office (RYCO) is an independently functioning institutional mechanism, founded by the Western Balkans 6 participants (WB 6): Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia, aiming to promote the spirit of reconciliation and cooperation between the youth in the region through youth exchange programs.