Rudina has recently joined the Law Faculty as an ESRC GCRF Postdoctoral Fellow. Her ESRC research project aims to contribute to the scholarly debate, policy discussion and policymaking on victim participation, its role, scope and implications in transitional justice. It also seeks to offer a broader and deeper knowledge base of victim participation both as an approach and a principle. This project builds upon her doctoral research at the University of Oxford, which centred on the participation of victims of gross violations of human rights as civil parties in international criminal proceedings.
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