اعضای مشورتی هیات تحریریه (بین المللی)
• Co-Director of the Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) in Transitional Justice, Human Rights and the Rule of Law, The Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights.
• 1999-2004: Doctorate in Law (Ph.D.) – University of Zurich, Switzerland: thesis on the topic of ‘Responsibility as a Constitutional Principle’ under the supervision of Professor Daniel Thürer.
• 2002-2003: Masters of Law (LLM): Legal Theory and History – The London School of Economics and Political Science, UK.
• 1993-1999: Licence en droit – University of Fribourg, Switzerland. 1995-1996: Erasmus exchange programme at the University of Vienna, Austria.
• 1992-1993: General Certificate of Education – Douai School, Upper Woolhampton, UK.
• 1990-1992: Abitur – Jesuitenkolleg St. Blasien, Germany.
• 1980-1990: Primary/Secondary School in Erlinsbach (AG)/Minusio (TI), Switzerland.
PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
• 2011-2016: Swiss National Science Foundation professor at the Law Faculty of the University of Geneva, Geneva Academy for International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights (director of a fiveyear research project on ‘Historical Injustices, Reparations, and International Law’, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation for Scientific Research); Director of the Antonio Cassese Summer Schools 2014 and 2015 on Transitional Justice, Conflict and Human Rights (2015–2016).
• 2009-2011: Lecturer at the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights; Visiting Professor at the Universities of Leiden, Università degli Studi di Sassari, Libera Università Maria Ss Assunta (LUMSA) and Université Catholique de Louvain.
• 2007–2009: Research Fellow at the Department of Public Law, University of Berne.
• 2006–2007: Visiting Fellow at the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies, University of Leiden, the Netherlands (Winter Term 2006/2007) and the Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, South Africa (Summer Term 2007).
• 2005–2006: Hauser Global Research Fellow at the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice, The New York University School of Law, USA.
• 2003–2005: Junior Lecturer/Researcher (Maître Assistant) at the Centre lémanique d’Ethique, University of Lausanne.
• 1999–2002: Legal Researcher for the Independent Commission of Experts Switzerland – Second World War (ICE, ‘Bergier Commission’), Berne.
RESEARCH PROJECTS AS LEADING INVESTIGATOR
• SNSF-Funded Project ‘Historical Injustices, Reparations, and International Law’ (2011-2016), involving one SNSF professorship position and two PhD positions.
• OUP Commentary Project ‘UN Principles to Combat Impunity’ (with T. Unger) (2012–2016): a multiauthored book project involving more than 35 leading scholars and practitioners working on transitional justice and human rights (under contract with OUP; to be published in 2017).
• Research Project on ‘Responsibility in the Age of Green Genetics’, funded by the (Swiss) Federal Office of Public Health (2008–2009) (results published in a book-length study).
SUPERVISED PHD PROJECT & CONTRIBUTIONS TO CAREERS OF SCIENTISTS
• PhD Project on Reparations Programmes: An International Law Perspective (successfully completed and defended in June 2017).
• PhD Project on The Right to Reparation for Victims of Serious Human Rights Violations: The Contribution of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (ongoing).
• PhD Project on Forced Disappearance and State Responsibility in International Law (thesis defence: September 2015) (committee member).
• PhD Project on The Feasibility of Truth Commissions in India: A Legal Analysis (thesis defence: September 2014) (committee member).
• Creation of a Platform for Scientific Exchanges with junior researchers (graduate and predoctoral level): Geneva Academy Transitional Justice Roundtables and Working Papers.
• Publishing Director (2011–2012) of La Cité, Bi-Monthly Journal on Politics, Culture and Society; Geneva (in French), a journal created with the aim of integrating academic research into public debate.
PRIZES, FELLOWSHIPS, AND DISTINGUISHED MEMBERSHIPS
• Swiss National Science Foundation Professorship (2011-2016).
• Crédit Suisse Award for Best Teaching (2013) (awarded for a law clinic course co-taught in the summer term 2013).
• Founding Member of Arbeitskreis Vergangenheitspolitik’.
• Research Fellowship from the University of Zurich (Nachwuchsförderungskredit/Stiefel-ZanggerStiftung) (October 2007-March 2009).
• Fellowship for Advanced Researchers, Swiss National Science Foundation (September 2005-March 2009).
• Committee Member of the Swiss Society for Biomedical Ethics (2005-2008).
• Appointment to the Global Visitors Program, The New York University School of Law (2005- 2006).
• British Chevening Scholarship, The British Council (2002-2003). ’’
ORGANIZATION OF CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS
• Transitional Justice and the European Convention on Human Rights (Geneva Academy Briefing Launch, 21st November 2017).
• Dealing with the Past in Tunisia: Challenges Ahead – a Conversation with Sihem Bensedrine, president of the Tunisian Truth and Dignity Commission, Geneva, 19th September 2016 (organization and moderation).
• Impunity, the Rule of Law and the Social Responsibility of Firms and Transitional Societies: A Public debate, with the support of the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights and the Swiss Federal Department for Foreign Affairs, Geneva, 13 November 2012 (with P. Hazan) (organization and moderation).
• Organization of the Transitional Justice Cafés at the Geneva Academy (1-2 events per semester; launched in 2013).
• Transitional Justice Workshop on Reparations Programmes After Conflict – Theory Meets Practice (Geneva, 19th March 2012), Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights (organization and moderation).