Sharanjeet Parmar is an international human rights lawyer, with ten years of experience working on the rights of women and children, transitional justice, as well as public interest litigation in India. In addition to working on accountability for gross rights violations, she is experienced in protection and rule of law programming in numerous post-conflict country contexts in Africa, including Burundi, DRC, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Somalia and Sudan. Formerly the Director of the Access to Justice Program with Global Rights, she has taught in Harvard Law School’s Human Rights Program. Previously, she served as a prosecuting war crimes attorney with the Special Court for Sierra Leone. She is also an editor of the volume Children and Transitional Justice (distributed by Harvard University Press).