Anne Schroeter

Anne Schroeter

Research Lab

Anne Schroeter holds a Master of Laws in international law from Glasgow University’s School of Law, UK, and a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Universität Potsdam, Germany, with a minor in public law. She has worked with Case Matrix Network, Syrian Archive and other NGOs in analytical and legal positions on accountability for international crimes, evidentiary analysis and transitional justice. After a legal traineeship in ECCHR’s International Crimes and Accountability program from July to December 2018, she worked as project assistant in the Syria team from January to November 2019. She has been the project coordinator of ECCHR’s Research Lab since July 2020.

Blog post

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

Blog post

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