It is our great pleasure to introduce our new IntLawGrrls contributor Sterre van Campen. Sterre is an LLM student in International and Transnational Criminal Law at the University of Amsterdam. She is currently writing her thesis on the prosecution of the crime of forced pregnancy before the ICC. After this, she will continue her studies at the University of Sydney, pursuing an LLM in Public International Law.
She has obtained her BA in International Justice from Leiden University College in the Hague. Her main research and fields of expertise are International Criminal Law, International Human Rights Law (Refugee Law), Women’s Rights and Public International Law. She has also been an active member within the Hague Peace Projects, an NGO focused establishing safe spaces for dialogue and advocacy.