Current Doctoral Candidates at the Irish Centre for Human Rights

Doctoral Seminar 2019The Irish Centre for Human Rights has numerous ‌doctoral candidates and postdoctoral researchers, working on an array of areas.

  • Ahmad Owies, Wesam: "The Role of Corporations in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Colonization, Nationalization, Occupation and Privatization"
  • Al-Haidari, Bethany: "Perceptions of Freedom among Saudi Citizens"
  • Al-Mujadi, Reem: "The Influence of the Ideological Misuses of Moral Convictions on Transitional Justice in the Middle East"
  • Bitorsoli, Marta: 'Transnational Criminal Law: National, Regional and International Prosecutorial Strategies'
  • Bradfield, Paul:  "The use of amnesty as a response to mass atrocity in Uganda."
  • Bukauskaite, Jurgita: 'Remaking Universal Human Rights Gender Equality Commitments Into Vernacular: The Case of Domestic Violence'
  • Cetinkaya, Hasret:  'Honour, dishonour and Bodies Under the Law'
  • Corcoran, Sally Anne: "The Impact of Women on the Protection of Human Rights in Peacekeeping."
  • Creedon, Sarah: 'Prosecuting High Level Offenders for the Crime of Rape under International Criminal Law: Are contemporary modes of liability suitable?'
  • De Ycaza, Carla: "Traditional and Modern Approaches to Post-Conflict Transitional Justice in Africa"
  • Florath, Tanja: "Effective Prevention of Enforced Disappearances in South-East Asia"
  • Forde, Andrew: 'The Application of International Human Rights Law in States with Limited Recognition'
  • Gallagher, Peter: '‘Autonomous Weapon Systems: Can their use be amenable to international law’'
  • Gormley, Denise: "(Re) locating Law: Displacing Sexual and Gender Based Violence"
  • Henríquez, José: "Reintegration of gang members in the Northern Triangle of Central America. Perspectives from the International Human Rights Law"
  • Kehoe, Helen:   'The Irish State's Response to its Gendered and Historical Human Rights Violations - Parts I and II'. Both articles are available online at Westlaw IE, which is accessible through NUIG Library.
  • Magugliani, Noemi: "Trafficking in human beings for the purpose of labour exploitation and the asylum determination process: Examining the significance of the dual identities of victims of trafficking and asylum seekers in Ireland, Italy, and the UK"
  • Moran, Cian: "The Saints Are Coming: The Evolution of Humanitarian Intervention in International Law and State Practice"
  • Ononiwu, Chijioke: "Operationalization of United Nations Rule of Law mandate in post-conflict Societies: Approaches, challenges and Lessons Learned (Liberia as Case Study)"
  • Parisa Zangeneh: "Statehood at the International Criminal Court"
  • Sandra Duffy
  • Claire Raissian
  • Daisy Nabasitu
  • Niamh Keady Tabbal: "The Politics of ‘Vulnerability’: Determining Access to International Protection in Greece and Lebanon" 
  • Keelin Barry: "Child and adult asylum seekers experiences of disability living in the Direct Provision system in Ireland, the CRPD and the EU Recast Reception Conditions Directive"
     
  • Judit Villena Rodo: ‘Migrant Women, Coercive Control and Intimate Partner Violence: an examination of women’s ability to access remedies in Ireland and Spain’
  • Poonam Shokar: 'Regressing Rights: Austerity and Public Policy in the UK and Ireland'
  • Owen Moriba Momoh KaiCombey: "Constitutionalism and the Question of the ‘Colonial Deficit’ in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Empirical Study of Selected African States".