Nadia Nsayi (b. 1984) is a political scientist who specialises in the Congo. After studying comparative and international politics at KU Leuven she worked as the Congo policy officer at Broederlijk Delen and Pax Christi Flanders. The focus of her work was peace and public participation in the Democratic Republic of Congo, with special responsibility for the capital Kinshasa and the east of the country (the provinces of North and South Kivu). She also kept an eye on the situation in neighbouring countries Rwanda and Burundi. She now draws on what she learned in those roles as image curator at the Museum aan de Stroom (MAS) in Antwerp.