Researchers

Tobias is Professor of Political and Legal Anthropology. He has carried out research on human rights documentation in the UK, Israel/Palestine and at the UN.

MK-AndersenMorten Koch Andersen, DIGNITY

Morten is a Researcher at Dignity. He specialises in prevention of torture and organised violence; security sector reform; governance, torture and corruption. He is part of the team working on Bangladesh.

chemlaliAhlam Chemlali, DIGNITY

Ahlam is a Programme Coordinator at Dignity, specialising in health and human rights, epidemiology, post-conflict settings, quantitative research methodology, and mixed methods.

choudhuryZahid Choudhury, University of Dhaka

Zahid is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies. He is part of the team working on Bangladesh.

mariahussainMaria Hussain, University of Dhaka

Maria is a Lecturer in the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies. She is part of the team working on Bangladesh.

steffenjensenSteffen Jensen, DIGNITY

Steffen is a Senior Researcher at Dignity. He specializes in issues of conflict, state and non-state violence, justice, human rights and issues of inequality. He is Co-Director of this project.

Peter is the Executive Director of the Independent Medico-Legal Unit in Kenya. He is part of the team working on Kenya.

joannephhJo-Anne Prud’Homme, DIGNITY

Jo-Anne is a Legal Advisor at Dignity. She specialises in health and human rights, the UN Convention Against Torture and international law.

Catrine is an independent consultant and researcher, specializing in Health, Human Rights, Gender, and Religion, in East Africa. She is part of the team working on Kenya.

javeensharmaJeevan Sharma, The University of Edinburgh

Jeevan is a Lecturer in South Asia and International Development. He specialises in migrant labor, political violence, foreign aid, and monitoring and evaluation. He is part of the team working on Nepal.

bandita-sijapatiBandita Sijapati, Social Science Baha

Bandita is the Research Director at the Center for the Study of Labour and Mobility. Her research interests include: migration, transnationalism, citizenship, political psychology, research methodology, and civil conflicts. She is part of the team working on Nepal.

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