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About Yvette Selim
Yvette Selim is a PhD candidate at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, where she also lectures and tutors in International Relations and Development Studies. She holds a MA in Conflict Resolution, a MA in Bioethics, a Bachelor of Law and Bachelor of Medical Science. She has worked as a lawyer at an international law firm, as a legal counsel in Sri Lanka as part of the International Development Law Organisation ’s post- tsunami project and has been an intern with the UN headquarters in the Office of Legal Affairs and the Department of Disarmament Affairs. Her research focuses on peacebuilding, transitional justice, conflict resolution, human rights and Nepal. Yvette can be contacted at email@example.com
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