Tathiana Flores Acuña, Ph.D., is a Costa Rican-Dutch International Lawyer. She started her careeer as a Judge at the Judiciary of Costa Rica in 1990 and has occupied senior positions at the International Criminal Court and the International Committee of the Red Cross, amongst others. Dr. Flores has worked as an adviser in the fields of International Humanitarian Law, Human Rights, Rule of Law, International Justice, Reparations, Gender and Transitional Justice.
- 2017 Défis du respect des normes du Droit international humanitaire dans la République Centrafricaine, Ecole Nationale de la Magistrature, Bangui, Central African Republic
- 2016 The role of International Law of Human Rights in the Administration of Justice for victims of Gender Based Violence (GBV) at National Level, Training for Focal Points Police and Gendarmes, UNDP-MINUSCA-UNWOMEN, August, Bangui, Central African Republic.
- 2015 The International Criminal Court: The Groundbreaking Role of the Victims in International Criminal Law, Special Series on International Criminal Law, Law Faculty, University of Costa Rica, March, San Pedro, San José, Costa Rica.
- 2012 The International Criminal Court (ICC) and the Lubanga Conviction:
Taking Stock of Gender Justice, Lecture given to members and guests of the Philippine Coalition for the ICC (PCICC), July, Quezon City, Philippines