Introducing Dr. Sunneva Gilmore

It is our great pleasure to introduce our new IntLawGrrls contributor Dr. Sunneva Gilmore! Dr. Gilmore is an Obstetrician and Gynaecological Registrar in the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in Northern Ireland. She is currently studying a PhD on ‘A Medico-Legal Approach to Reparations for Conflict-Related Sexual Violence’ in the School of Law at … Continue reading Introducing Dr. Sunneva Gilmore

Opening statement and global update of human rights concerns by UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein at 38th session of the Human Rights Council

  18 June 2018 Mr. President, Excellencies, Distinguished Delegates, Colleagues and Friends, As this is my last global update to the Human Rights Council in a regular session – and before I turn, once again, to the important matter of access and cooperation – I wish to draw on some final reflections. I heard recently … Continue reading Opening statement and global update of human rights concerns by UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein at 38th session of the Human Rights Council

Contributors

Founded in 2007 by Diane Marie Amann, an original editor along with Kathleen A. Doty, Jaya Ramji-Nogales, and Beth Van Schaack, we at IntLawGrrls have welcomed more than 400 women, plus several men, as contributors. (To learn how to become a contributor, please e-mail us at intlawgrrls@gmail.com.) Our contributors include judges, professors in law and … Continue reading Contributors

Expertise

Comparative Law Alaattinoğlu, Daniela (public law) Cuevas, Joanna Davis, Tess (cultural heritage law) Dowds, Eithne (rape laws) Goldblatt, Beth Guinchard, Audrey (criminal law, cybercrime) Harris, Lindsay (forced migration) Holness, Toni (gender, sexuality, LGBTI) Hurwitz, Deena (Islam and human rights) Kalantry, Sital Lana de Freitas Castro, Emília (immigration, citizenship, and nationality law) Nguyen, Frances (immigration law) … Continue reading Expertise