Mariana is a human rights practitioner with over 20 years experience in post conflict justice, including at the Rwanda Tribunal and Special Court for Sierra Leone, where she was a Legal Adviser. More recently she was Head of Programmes at Aegis Trust, and Deputy Director of REDRESS where she had been its Post Conflict Justice Adviser working on transitional justice cases and projects with affected communities in DRC, Northern Uganda, Kenya, Central African Republic. See more.
Nieves is Legal Adviser at the Danish Institute for Human Rights. She has extensive experience implementing human rights programmes in fragile states, both in and out of the United Nations including in Afghanistan, Somalia, DRC, Iraq (IHCHR) and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
Dr. Nieves Molina Clemente
Rob is Director of International Development Practice at Social Finance. Earlier in his career Rob worked at the World Bank for eight years based in Mozambique and Washington, where he originated and managed a large portfolio of investments in southern Africa, as well as advising governments on policy and regulatory reforms. See his full profile.
Julia is an analyst and former journalist with the New York Times.
Clara is a qualified lawyer and Professor of International Law at Essex University, originally from Colombia. She was Acting Director of the Human Rights Centre (January to December 2017), Director of the Essex Transitional Justice Network and former Director of the LLM in International Human Rights Law. You can view her Essex University profile here.
Prof. Clara Sandoval-Villalba
Lutz is Director of the Centre of Human Rights Law at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. He convenes the Master's in Human Rights, Conflict and Justice and has published widely. He was formerly Legal Counsel at REDRESS Trust. View his SOAS profile here.
Dr. Lutz Oette
Abhaya studied Law at the University of Leeds where she was also the Editor-in-Chief of the Human Rights Journal and a Laidlaw Research Scholar within the School's Disability Law Clinic. She has an avid interest in international dispute resolution and has previously interned at an Arbitration Tribunal within the Permanent Court of Arbitration at the Hague. Abhaya is currently working as a Research Assistant to Professor Tanya Aplin at King's College London and is working with Rights for Peace in putting together a practitioner's guide on hate crimes.
Hugo obtained a First in International History and Politics at the University of Leeds, specialising in ethnic cleansing and genocide. He was managing editor of the Leeds Human Rights Journal and is currently supporting Rights for Peace with fundraising and project development.
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Jubilee is the Digital Learning Coordinator at Bubble Chamber CIC, curating online learning for social enterprise leaders to scale their organisations. She has a double master degree in Design & Innovation involving both design and engineering. She is supporting RfP with web redesign and enhanced features such as online giving.