Alexandra Lily Kather

Alexandra Lily Kather

International Crimes and Accountability

Alexandra Lily Kather studied European law, international law and international criminal law at the University of Groningen (Netherlands). With a geographical focus on the Former Yugoslavia, her research was concerned with the prosecution of crimes of sexual violence in international criminal law as well as the duty of states to prevent genocide in international law. Her PhD in international criminal law at Middlesex University London studies the legal protection of mass graves. She previously worked at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law as well as at the International Law Programme at Chatham House.

After a legal traineeship at ECCHR in summer 2016, she is working with a particular focus on sexual and gender-based violence as a legal advisor in the International Crimes and Accountability program since February 2017.

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First Yazidi Genocide Trial Commences in Germany

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The Time is Urgent While the Discrimination Continues: CEDAW As the Last Avenue of Justice for the Malaya Lolas?

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Co-Opting Universal Jurisdiction? A Gendered Critique of the Prosecutorial Strategy of the German Federal Public Prosecutor in Response to the Return of Female ISIL Members: Part I

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Co-Opting Universal Jurisdiction? A Gendered Critique of the Prosecutorial Strategy of the German Federal Public Prosecutor in Response to the Return of Female ISIL Members: Part II

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The Road Less Traveled: How Corporate Directors Could be Held Individually Liable in Sweden for Corporate Atrocity Crimes Abroad

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