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Yvette SelimWelcome Yvette

The Centre is joined this week by our latest Visiting PhD Scholar, Yvette Selim.Yvette is a PhD candidate at the University of New South Wales, where she is researching the contested, negotiated, and resistant relationships between actors in transitional justice in Nepal. In addition to her research, Yvette has worked as a lawyer at an international law firm, as a legal counsel with the International Development Law Organization’s post-tsunami project and was an intern with the UN in the Office of Legal Affairs and the Department of  Disarmament Affairs. She has been involved in various capacities with the Australian Human Rights Centre, The Asia Foundation (the Philippines) and the Centre for International Cooperation and Security (UK).

2015 Visiting PhD Program

A reminder that the deadline for the Centre for International Governance and Justice’s Visiting PhD program is 1 December. Please see here for details of the program.

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