Charlotte Divin is a former junior consultant for the Rule of Law Program and Communications team. She obtained her Master’s degree in Bilingual Studies of the Laws of the EU States, specialized in International Public Law at Paris Ouest Nanterre la Défense with a thesis on the Accountability of Peacekeepers. Charlotte also completed her LL.M in International Law and Security at the University of Glasgow, where her research focused on genocide prevention.
Following her academic experiences, Charlotte undertook an internship in the international justice department at Human Rights Watch where she grew passionate about international justice issues. She then interned for a local organization in Jakarta, Indonesia, where she became involved in the campaign for Indonesia’s ratification of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.
The Gotovina, Perisic and Sainovic Appeal Judgments: Implications for International Criminal Justice Mechanisms
This paper provides an overview of important policy issues arising from controversial appeals judgments in the Gotovina, Perišić, and Šainović cases at the International…
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