Visiting Fellows

Visiting Fellows are human rights scholars and practitioners who have taken sabbatical or other leave from their work to undertake a period of study at the Centre for the Study of Human Rights. More about the Visiting Fellowships Scheme|.

Current Visiting Fellows

Jane Gordon
Jane Gordon is an independent barrister and human rights advisor to statutory and public agencies, and an accredited gender and sexual violence expert with UN Women. Read more|
 
Jenny Kuper
Dr Jenny Kuper specialises in child-related law. She has worked as a consultant with organisations such as UNICEF and the International Committee of the Red Cross. Read more|
 
Bronwen Manby
Bronwen Manby is an independent consultant in the field of human rights, democracy and good governance, with a focus on sub-Saharan Africa. Read more|
 
Edwin Mkwananzi
Dr Edwin Mkwananzi trained and qualified as a lawyer in Zimbabwe where he is registered and entitled to practise. Edwin holds a PhD in international human rights law. Read more|
 
Margo Picken
Margo Picken has worked in the field of human rights for much of her professional career. Most recently, she worked as director of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Cambodia. Read more|
 
M. Sornarajah
Professor Muthucumarswamy Sornarajah is Visiting Professor in the Laboratory for Advanced Research on the Global Economy and CJ Koh Professor at the Faculty of Law of the National University of Singapore. Read more|
 
Hilary Stauffer
Hilary Stauffer is an international lawyer with extensive experience working on projects in the U.S., Europe, Africa, and Asia. Her specialties include International Law, Rule of Law, Human Rights, Humanitarian Affairs and Diplomacy. Read more| 
 

Past Visiting Fellows

 

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