Ms Annabel Egan B.A., M.LITT
Annabel Egan is Research Associate with the EU-China Human Rights Seminars Project. In this role she provides targeted research to the European External Action Service on developments regarding human rights law and practice in
As an undergraduate, Annabel studied modern history at Trinity College Dublin, graduating in 1995. In 1996 she gained a masters degree with distinction in Economics and Politics from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. She completed her doctoral studies at the Irish Centre for Human Rights in 2012 under the supervision of Prof. William Schabas. Her thesis, entitled ‘Constructive Engagement and Human Rights’ examines the development of EU human rights policy on
|Annabel's primary research interests include human rights in China, in particular the impact of external pressure on domestic human rights practices, and the role and responsibilites of the EU as a promoter of human rights in third countries.|
B.A Connect 2012-2013
Annabel teaches a module introducing students on the B.A. Connect programme to the role and responsibilites of the EU as a promoter of human rights in third countries.
Adult Education 2007-2008
Annabel taught an eight week programme to a group of mature students exploring the many faces of modern China.