Queen Mary, University of LondonUnited Kingdom
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PhD Researcher
Queen Mary, University of London
Public Sector & International Organisations, Civil Society (NGO, Think Tanks), Academia
United States of America, Africa, Europe, Middle East

I have a passion for international human rights and am currently working towards my doctorate in international law. My particular interests lie in how to ensure human rights for the most vulnerable people, the law concerning refugees and forced migrants, and socio-economic human rights in international development. My work with Reprieve and WaterAid have given me an invaluable understanding of the human rights issues in these areas as well as providing me with an opportunity to understand the strategic issues faced by non-governmental organisations. Meanwhile my academic studies have increased my ability to research, analyse and succinctly present studies in human rights specifically, and the law more generally.

I have expertise in the international law surrounding refugee and migrant movements, especially in ensuring their human rights whilst on the move and am a Member of the QMUL Global Compacts Research Group who aim to provide expertise to the development of the Global Compacts on Refugees and Migrants. My specific area of research is on State Responsibility for displacement and how States may be held accountable for causing flows of people.

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Paper: Causing Forced Displacement: An Inquiry on ‘Displacing Third State’ Responsibility under International Law’at SLS Law Conference (Sept 2018)

Conference: The Global Compacts on Migration and Refugees: Advances and Pitfalls at University of Geneva (June 2018)

Paper: ‘Causing forced displacement: A breach of International Human Rights Law?’ at Sorbonne Joint conference (April 2018)

Presentation: The Human Rights of Migrants and the Draft Global Compact on Migration at Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility (February 2018)

Paper: The evolving role of IHRL in finding a breach for causing displacement at Postgraduate Research Conference on International Law and Human Rights, March 2018

Workshop: Terrorism and Migration (Refugee Law Initiative, December 2017)

Poster: Defining the paradigm: the legal journey of forced migrants at Queen Mary Law Conference (June 2017)

Presentation: The Human Rights of Migrants, Queen Mary Law Conference (June 2017)

Paper: Interdisciplinary approaches to state accountability for causing forced migration flows University of London, Refugee Law Initiative, London, United Kingdom (June 2017)

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