The working paper titled "Dividing Lines: Grazing and Conflict along the Sudan-South Sudan Border" explores socio-economic issues within the context of the 2011-2012 dry season (October through May); the first grazing period si...▶
Conference report of the 24th Regular Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council on the promotion of truth, justice, reparation and guarantees of non-recurrence,Geneva Switzerland.▶
Conference report of The 24th Regular Session of the United Nations Human Rights Council, Geneva, Switzerland.▶
Seizing space for civil society: An Overview of Six Countries - EADI Policy Paper Series - July 2013▶
Sudan-South Sudan border disputes remain unsettled, if not increasingly conflictual▶
Viewing countries through an R2P paradigm requires active international support and strong US leadership▶
In its report ‘Barely Surviving,’ Human Rights Watch addresses the detention, abuse and neglect of migrant/asylum-seeking children in Indonesia.▶
Michelle Djekić has been a project editor at The Broker, focusing on areas related to the theme of human security. Ongoing projects include the development of the Knowledge Platform on Security and the Rule of Law - initiated by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs - in collaboration with The Hague Institute for Global Justice. Michelle has a political science background with a Bachelor’s degree in Modern European Studies from the University of Nottingham, UK, and a Master’s degree (EUROMASTERS with transatlantic track) in Contemporary European Studies, Politics, Policy and Society from the University of Bath, UK. The EUROMASTERS provided her with a broader comparative understanding of European and EU-US politics, policy and social evolution. Previously, Michelle worked as a policy officer/researcher at the Dutch Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, conducting trade and policy-related research in the field of human rights, interreligious dialogue and sustainable development. She also worked as a project and communications assistant (intern) at Global Human Rights Defence in The Hague.