Research and Policy Associate
Sarah Bosha‘s academic and professional experience is in the area of international human rights law, conflict studies and women’s rights. She worked with Amnesty International Netherlands on a human rights defenders campaign in Southern Africa. Thereafter, as a law officer in Zimbabwe, she prosecuted cases involving victims of sexual violence, then went on to complete an LLM in International Human Rights Law at the Center for Civil and Human Rights, University of Notre Dame. She worked on a joint project between the CCHR and Catholic Relief Services to provide research support for the South Sudan constitutional process. In 2014, she worked as a research intern in the Future of Peacekeeping Operations, at the Henry L. Stimson Center in Washington DC; where she produced a background paper on gender for the Commission on Global Justice, Security and Governance. In addition, Sarah has produced other publications on a wide range of issues such as human rights in Africa, women’s leadership and participation in peace and security, transitional justice and post-conflict mechanisms for peace.
Sarah holds an LLBS (Honours) degree from the University of Zimbabwe, and a Masters in International Peace Studies from the University of Notre Dame.
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