Research event

Intersectionality as a method to advance international justice

A presentation by AlexandraLily Kather (Hertie School). This event is part of the Fundamental Rights Research Colloquium hosted by the Centre for Fundamental Rights.

Alexandra Lily Kather, LL.M., is a visiting fellow at Hertie School's Centre for Fundamental Rights. She is a legal consultant in international criminal justice, transitional justice and human rights with expertise in investigation, capacity-building, policy-oriented research and advocacy. Her work follows a trauma-informed, intersectional approach with respect to both engagement with affected persons, communities and partners and the design and implementation of research, investigation and case-building. Kather's specialised interest lies in the strategic investigation and prosecution of sexual violence and the gendered commission of international crimes. She previously worked for the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR), the International Law Programme at Chatham House and the British Institute for International and Comparative Law. Her Visiting Fellowship at the Centre for Fundamental Rights examines intersectionality as a method to advance international justice.

Prior registration is required. Registered attendees will receive the dial-in details as well as a draft paper, on which the presentation is based, via e-mail prior to the event.