Author: Naureen Rahim

Naureen Rahim is a PhD Research Fellow at the Faculty of Law, University of Oslo. Her focus is on International Refugee Law and Bangladesh’s positioning as a Non Signatory to the 1951 Refugee Convention. Naureen holds an LLM in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights from the Geneva Academy, Switzerland and MSS in Criminology from University of Dhaka. Naureen teaches law part-time at Jahangirnagar University and has served as the Coordinator at the Center for the Study of Genocide and Justice, Liberation War Museum. She can be reached at naureen.rahim@jus.uio.no.
  1. Law School
Apart from attending law school, enthusiastic law students often take part in various programs such as seminars, workshops, conferences, moot-court competitions and so forth throughout their academic life. Amongst them, very few could get the opportunity of becoming a researcher or to be associated with legal research; but what about others? Does the importance of […]
  1. Genocide and Justice Studies
Amy Fagin is a U.S. based visual artist who is specializing in the traditional art form of manuscript illumination. Her body of work includes a powerful post-modern contribution to the materials, techniques and theory used in manuscript illumination as a reinterpreted art form for contemporary consideration. She is the creator of Beyond Genocide, an emerging series […]

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