Galit Sarfaty holds a J.D. from Yale Law School, and is finishing her Ph.D. dissertation for the University of Chicago in the Department of Anthropology. Sarfaty has been involved in human rights for many years, working on issues of indigenous rights with NGOs and with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. She is the author of “International Norm Diffusion in the Pimicikamak Cree Nation: A Model of Legal Mediation,” (Harvard International Law Journal, 2007) and “The World Bank and the Internalization of Indigenous Rights Norms,” (Yale Law Journal, 2005). At HRP, Sarfaty researched human rights norms within the World Bank, as well as promoting accountability in international institutions and the ethical dimensions of global governance.