After completing a BA degree in ethnology and human geography, Camille Aeschimann obtained a MA in social sciences with a specialization in anthropology of the public policies at the University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland. During her MA, she focused on the tensions emerging in any social change projects driven by NGOs or associations and that involve groups with often distinct interests. In 2016, she had the opportunity to carry out a five-month ethnographic field in Uganda by integrating a local NGO. She studied the implementation of a participatory project about human rights in the context of the future oil exploitation and worked with rural communities in the western part of the country (Bunyoro). Today, she is working at ArchaeoConcept as an anthropologist and project collaborator for the Salons archéologiques project that aims to understand representations of the swiss population regarding archaeology and heritage. At the same time, she works for an association active in the field of mediation that raises awareness about expressions of religious and cultural diversity in Switzerland organizing thematic visits of cultural and historical sites for a large public.