Waller recently published Confronting Evil: Engaging Our Responsibility to Prevent Genocide in the summer of 2016. Finally, he both develops new programs and provides programmatic support to each of AIPR’s regional offices and programs. She is a lawyer, specializing in Public International Law from the University of Buenos Aires and obtained an M. Previously, she served in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ White Helmets Commission collaborating in the design and implementation of international humanitarian assistance projects. Previously, she was National Director of Legal Affairs of the Secretariat of Human Rights of the Ministry of Justice, Argentina. in Government and Latin American Studies from Franklin and Marshall College and is currently pursuing an M. in International Relations from Universidad del Norte in Barranquilla, Colombia. A in Coexistence and Conflict from Brandeis University, and postgraduate Management Diploma from Damelin School of Management (South Africa).
She is a university professor in International Relations at the National University of La Matanza. Clara Ramírez-Barat is the Director of AIPR’s Educational Policies Program. She has chaired the Museums and Memorials Working Group of the Task Force for International Cooperation on Holocaust Education, Remembrance and Research, and is currently Professor of International Jurisdictions, Torcuato Di Tella University. A, in International Affairs with a focus on Conflict Resolution at the Externado University in Bogotá, Colombia. As New York Liaison for the Latin American Program, she coordinates the Raphael Lemkin Seminar for Latin America and works closely with the Program Coordinator and New York Office in matters related to the organization of training seminars and planning meetings in connection with the Latin American Network for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention. As a Drucie French Cumbie Fellow, his research work focused on power-sharing and ethnic conflict in Africa.
He is also involved in the organization of events in the New York area and supports the work of the Executive Office.
Having previously worked in Washington, New York, and Geneva in the fields of diplomacy, international affairs, and digital freedoms, Rob Gosia Waligora assists AIPR in planning and executing our Lemkin Seminar in Poland. He is the recipient of the Corrigan Pre-Doctoral Fellowship, the Franco Coli Dissertation Award, and NYU’s Global Research Initiative Fellowship in Berlin.
Susan previously spent time in Kampala, Uganda, assisting the work of the Uganda National Committee, as well as working with resettled refugees in the U. Rob Scharf joined the Auschwitz Institute in June of 2015 as New York Programs Officer.
In his current role of Director of Communications, he is responsible for overseeing the Auschwitz Institute’s web presence, publications, and communications products.
Hannah Waller joined the AIPR family in 2017 and is based in Washington, D.
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Her main areas of work include international litigation, criminal and human rights law, gross human rights violations, businesses’ human rights responsibilities and transitional justice. Prior to joining AIPR in April 2017, Gabriel worked as an immigration paralegal in Atlanta for the non-profit The Latin American Association and for Stern Law, LLC.
Originally from Madison, New Jersey, Gabriel Pino earned his B. At AIPR, he works as the Assistant to the Executive Director. Tibi Galis has been the Executive Director of AIPR since 2006. She has also taken on the role of the Director of Policy and Planning in 2014, assisting the Executive Director in the overall programmatic development of the organization. His book on perpetrators of genocide, (Oxford University Press, 2002), was released by Oxford in a revised and updated second edition in 2007. in French and Applied Linguistics from Penn State University and an M. As Chief of Staff, he coordinates all activities of the Executive Office at the Auschwitz Institute. She was the Coordinator of International Affairs of the Secretariat of Human Rights of the Ministry of Justice, Argentina. in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from George Mason University, M. in Law and Political Science from Babes-Bolyai University, in Cluj-Napoca. This is the flagship educational program of the organization, bringing 25 government officials together at the former Nazi concentration camps of Auschwitz-Birkenau each year to undergo an intensive course on genocide prevention policy development and implementation. She graduated valedictorian from her undergraduate studies at the University at Buffalo, with a B. He has been awarded summer fellowships by, and been a teaching fellow with, the Holocaust Educational Foundation at Northwestern University (19-2012) and at the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC (1999, 2003, 2005). Prior to coming to AIPR in January 2014, Jack worked with Peace Is Loud in New York and the Center for the Study of Genocide, Conflict Resolution, and Human Rights at Rutgers University in Newark.Originally from Chicago, Osama Ehimwenman worked exclusively as a financial and tax accountant for a privately-owned tax firm in Chicago and New York early in his career. in Accounting from North Carolina A&T State University. in Humanitarian Studies focused on Genocide Studies, Sociology and Political Science. in International Affairs and Conflict Resolution from the George Washington University, along with a graduate certificate in Geographic Information Systems. Prior to AIPR, she worked as a Program Associate and Analyst for Amnesty International and as a Research Assistant for the U.