Doktorandin (Prof. Dr. Christine Abbt,
T +41 41 229 56 11
Frohburgstrasse 3, Raum 3.A18
Doctoral Student at the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Lucerne (GSL) with a research project on recognition and distributive justice in human rights-based development with Prof. Dr. Christine Abbt and Prof. Dr. Daniel Speich Chassé.
Studies of English, Spanish and Latin American Studies with a focus on literature studies at Freie Universität Berlin (2016: BA) and interdisciplinary master program “Human Rights and Cultural Diversity” at the University of Essex (2017: MA).
Work experience as researcher at the Human Rights Center Clinic at the University of Essex, scholar of the Carlo-Schmid program (German Academic Exchange Service & German Academic Scholarship Foundation) in the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Geneva as well as in the country office of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) in Quito, Ecuador and as project coordinator at the Non-Profit Organization WASSER FÜR WASSER (WfW), among others.
Currently speaker of the Swiss Young Academy and working as diversity coach.
Awards and Scholarships
- Scholar of the Carlo Schmid Program (2015)
- International Excellence in Academia Award, Covenors Choice Award for the Faculty of Humanities and Big Essex Award of the University of Essex and the International Students Association (2017)
- CSP-Network for International Politics and Cooperation
- Initiative Black People in Germany (ISD e.V.)
- Schweizerische Sektion der Internationalen Vereinigung für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie (SVRSP)
- Swiss Society for Women in Philosophy Switzerland (SWIP CH)
- Swiss Young Academy
2016 - 2017: Elaboration of a set of indicators and report on the conception and method to measure the fulfilment of economic, social and cultural rights in Columbia in collaboration with the Columbian Human Rights Commission and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Columbia (Human Rights Centre Clinic, University of Essex)
Since 2017: Responses and papers within the international „Law and Literature“-network.
- Human Rights-Based Approach
- Human Rights and Women
- Human Rights and Cultural Diversity
- Economic, social and cultural rights
- Non-Discrimination and Anti-Racism