Deborah Casalin


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Deborah Casalin is a doctoral researcher and academic assistant in public international law at the University of Antwerp Faculty of Law, within the Law and Development Research Group. Her doctoral research focuses on the role of international judicial and quasi-judicial human rights mechanisms in ensuring reparation for arbitrary displacement. Previously, she worked for eight years in the humanitarian and development sectors in Geneva, Jerusalem and Brussels, primarily in roles relating to international humanitarian law and human rights. She holds an LLM from the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, a Master of Laws from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and an LLB from the Nelson Mandela University, South Africa, where she is currently also a research associate.

Doctoral Thesis Info: “The role of international (quasi-)judicial mechanisms in ensuring reparation for arbitrary displacement” – University of Antwerp Faculty of Law (supervisor: Prof. Dr. Koen De Feyter)



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