Pavani Nagaraja Bhat, LLM’20, works with Legal Action Worldwide in Lebanon, representing survivors of sexual violence perpetrated during the Syrian Civil War.
Niku Jafarnia, JD/MPP’20, works for Mwatana for Human Rights in Lebanon, where she studies international human rights violations in the Yemeni Civil War.
Delphine Rodrik, JD’20, works for Amnesty International in Tunisa, where she is focused on researching and documenting patterns of widespread human rights abuses in Libya.
Terence Flyte, LLM’19, worked with Legal Action Worldwide in Lebanon, representing survivors of sexual violence perpetrated during the Syrian Civil War.
Imani Franklin, JD’19, worked with the International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP) in Lebanon, focusing on transitional justice and resettlement for Syrian refugees.
Rez Gardi, LLM’19, worked with the Free Yezidi Foundation in Duhok, in the Kurdish Region of Iraq, gathering evidence of the targeted genocidal campaign carried out by ISIS against the Yezidis.
Daniel Levine-Spound, JD’19, worked with the Center for Civilians in Conflict (CIVIC) in Mali and the DRC, building out their Peacekeeping Program.
Jenny B. Domino, LLM’18, worked with ARTICLE 19 , strengthening the organization’s response to hate speech.
(Fellowship mentors: Nani Jansen Reventlow, Founding Director, Digital Freedom Fun and Bonnie Docherty, Associate Director, Armed Conflict and Civilian Protection, Harvard Law School)
Anna Khalfaoui, LLM’17, worked with the American Bar Association’s Rule of Law Initiative (ABA-ROLI) in the Democratic Republic of Congo, supporting programs in North and South Kivu, where there are increasing attacks against civilians and high levels of sexual violence that are committed with impunity.
(Fellowship mentors: Yee Htun, Clinical Instructor, International Human Rights Clinic and Joanne Neenan, Research Fellow, Centre for Women, Peace, and Security, London School of Economics & international lawyer, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, UK)
Güley Bor, LLM’17, worked in Iraq with Yazda on the Yazidi Genocide Documentation Project.
(Fellowship mentors: Salma Waheedi, Clinical Instructor, International Human Rights Clinic; Sareta Ashraph, Barrister, Garden Court Chambers; and Orly Stern, Senior Fellow, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative)
Catherine Cooper, JD’14, worked in Myanmar with Justice Base on advocacy to end discrimination and violence against ethnic minorities.
(Fellowship mentors: Yee Htun, Clinical Instructor, International Human Rights Clinic; Jason Gelbort, Legal Consultant, Myanmar; and Anjali Mohan, Country Director, Justice Base, Myanmar)
Lisa Dicker, JD’17, worked in Turkey with the Public International Law & Policy Group on the Syria negotiations team.
(Fellowship mentors: Bonnie Docherty, Associate Director, Armed Conflict and Civilian Protection, Harvard Law School; Sasha Pippenger, Adviser, Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue; and Danae Paterson, of PILPG)
Peter Stavros, JD ’16, worked in Jordan with the United Nations Children’s Fund.
Danae Paterson, JD ’16, worked in Turkey and Myanmar with the Public International Law and Policy Group.
Sam Koplewicz, JD ’16, worked in Jordan with Human Rights Watch.
Ingrams Marian worked in Myanmar with Landesa.
Erin Bloom, JD ’15, worked with Public International Law Policy Group in Turkey.
Sasha Pippenger, JD ’13, worked with the Center for Humanitarian Dialogue in Kenya.
Anjali Mohan, JD ’14, worked with the Women’s Peace Network in Myanmar.
James Tager, J.D. ’13, worked with the International Commission of Jurists in Thailand.
Jason Gelbort, J.D. ’13, worked with Public International Law & Policy Group in Myanmar.
Taylor Landis, J.D. ’11, worked with Fortify Rights International in Thailand on monitoring, advocacy, and training to protect and promote human rights in several different regions in Myanmar.
Jason Gelbort, J.D. ’13, worked with Public International Law & Policy Group in Libya providing legal advice on issues related to constitution making, transitional justice and accountability, and access to justice.
Nicolette Boehland, J.D. ’13, worked as a field researcher with Center for Civilians in Conflict in Somalia, the Philippines, and Syria, focusing on civilian experiences in armed conflict.
Agata Skora, LL.M ’12, worked at the Office of the Co-Investigating Judges in the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia.
Yonina Alexander, J.D. ’12, worked with Legal Aid Cambodia in Phnom Penh, in association with the Center for Justice and Accountability, representing civil party applicants before the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia against leaders of the Khmer Rouge for charges of genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes.
Emma Fenelon, LL.M ’11, worked with The AIRE Centre on war crimes prosecutions in the Balkans.
Aminta Ossom, J.D. ’09, spent her fellowship year with Amnesty International, building the evidence base and capacity for crimes against humanity and war crimes in West Africa.
Regina Fitzpatrick, J.D. ’08, spent the first part of her fellowship year working with The Carter Center’s Democracy Program in Sudan, and finished out her year working with Conflict Dynamics International.
Matthew Wells, J.D. ’09, spent his fellowship year working for Human Rights Watch in Cote d’Ivoire.
Chaz Arnett, J.D. ’06, spent his fellowship year working for the International Center for Transitional Justice in South Africa and Zimbabwe.
Nasredeen Abdulbari, LL.M. ’08, spent his fellowship year as a staff attorney with the Sudan Social Development Organization (SUDO).
Livia Franca, LL.M. ’08, spent her fellowship year working with the Associação Justiça, Paz e Democracia (AJPD) in Angola.
Scott Paltrowitz, J.D. ’08, worked for two organizations on the Chad-Sudan border and in Darfur as part of his fellowship year – Mapendo International and the Darfur Reconciliation and Development Organization.
Pooja Bhatia, J.D. ’06, spent her fellowship year working for the Bureau des Avocats Internationaux in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.