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9 April 2020 Sonya Sceats Associate Fellow, International Law Programme @SonyaSceats With a reawakened sense of our shared humanity and vulnerability, and the benefits of collective action, this crisis may translate into a comeback for human rights as a popular … Continua a leggere
3 April 2020 Kateryna Busol Robert Bosch Stiftung Academy Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme @KBusol First in a two-part series analysing why Ukraine’s attempts at international justice are worth taking – and outlining how the impact goes far beyond just … Continua a leggere
Associate Fellow, International Law Programme Biography Kate focuses on cyber and human rights law issues, and is author of Chatham House’s research paper on Online Disinformation and Political Discourse: Applying a Human Rights Framework. Kate is based at the University … Continua a leggere
Richard and Susan Hayden Academy Fellow, International Law Programme Biography Madeleine is the Richard and Susan Hayden Academy Fellow, hosted in the International Law Programme. Prior to joining Chatham House, she provided specialist legal services to United Nations humanitarian operations … Continua a leggere
Mo Ibrahim Foundation Academy Fellow, Energy, Environment and Resources Biography Iseoluwa is Mo Ibrahim Fellow in the Energy, Environment and Resources department where his research examines the international and national institutions responsible for the effectiveness of climate finance in developing countries, … Continua a leggere