Caroline Wambui is a former Junior Consultant at The Hague Institute. She is originally from Nairobi, Kenya. Wambui holds a Bachelor’s degree in Law from University of Pretoria, South Africa. Wambui graduated with a Master’s degree in International Human Rights Law from the University of Notre Dame as a recipient of a scholarship awarded by the University’s Center for Civil and Human Rights.
Prior to working at the Institute, Wambui participated in a field research project in Cambodia through a joint partnership with Mendoza College of Business at Notre Dame and with Catholic Relief Services (CRS). Wambui was among a group of students involved in exploring the role of business in peacebuilding and the opportunity to use business in contributing towards post-conflict recovery.
Previously, Wambui worked with Kenya’s Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission as an Assistant Researcher conducting research on transitional justice issues. Wambui has also worked with the Kenya Human Rights Commission in Kenya under the Advocacy Programme through which she closely collaborated with internally displaced persons affected by post-election violence. Wambui conducted research geared towards seeking reparations for victims of land-related human rights abuses.
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