Kriti is currently pursuing the Dual Masters of International Affairs and Law at Sciences Po and Georgetown, specializing in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action. Throughout her experiences she has been able to work in advocacy and public policy topics.
Luis Ernesto Martinez is currently a second-year candidate for a Master’s Degree in International Development at the Paris School of International Affairs, Sciences Po. Originally from El Salvador, he is interested in development economics, as well as labor-market and social policies for fighting poverty in all its dimensions.
Maria is a Peruvian Master’s student of International Development at PSIA (Sciences Po), specializing in Global Economy and Research Methods. Her research interests include development economics, rural development, social and economic inequalities, care economy, and governance in Latin America.
NKOSANA SITHOLE KAMIYA
Nkosana Sithole is a graduate research Fellow for the Mellon Mays Fellowship of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. He is reading for a Master of Management in Governance (Public Policy Specialty) and International Relations at the Wits School of Governance. His research interests lie at the nexus of diplomacy, decolonial pedagogical studies, Asian studies, and more recently, the role of the Church in mapping South Africa’s political landscape.
Oana Dodu is a program assistant and legal expert at the Center for Legal Resources, Bucharest. At the moment her work revolves around helping people with mental health problems in Romania. With a strong knowledge of international and European law, Oana is also passionate about refugee rights
Samrridhi Kumar is a BA.LLB. (Hons.) student, currently in her IVth Year at Symbiosis Law School, Pune. Her research interests include Public International Law, Gender Justice, Feminist Jurisprudence, and Information or Technology Law.
Zayaan is from Kashmir and is currently an undergraduate law student at Gujarat National Law University, India pursuing a BA.LLB (Hons.) degree. His research interests include human rights law, constitutional law, and criminal justice sciences.