Professor of International Law and Security (UofG); Swiss Chair of International Human Rights Law, Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights
Robin works on how the humanitarian-development-peace nexus can be grounded in international law, building on his leading expertise in international humanitarian law, human rights law and global security law.
Professor of International and Public Law
Heike works on the normative interactions, conflicts and convergences between the applicable legal regimes in the realm of humanitarian and development assistance.
Lecturer in International Law
Giedre examines the overlapping humanitarian and development mandates of international institutions, focusing mostly on the questions of accountability towards communities affected by international economic interventions.
Post-Doctoral Researcher in International Law
Asli focuses on the role of ceasefires and peace agreements in the ‘triple nexus’. She explores whether ceasefires can present opportunities for humanitarian and development initiatives in protracted conflicts, and examines the role of humanitarian and development actors and issues in peacemaking.
Senior Research and Teaching Assistant
Andreas focuses on socio-economic dimensions of laws applicable in protracted conflicts and regime interactions between IHL, human rights, and international economic law. His aim is to explore legal common grounds to overcome the humanitarian/development divide.
Sofie focuses on the interplay between socio-economic human rights and humanitarian assistance and examines the impact of a human rights-based approach on both humanitarian assistance and development cooperation.
Ansgar focuses on the ‘constitutional frameworks’ of humanitarian and development actors. He examines the principle of neutrality, the principle of non-intervention, and political prohibition clauses against the background of converging mandates and interinstitutional cooperation
Johanna analyses how the humanitarian-development aid nexus is taking shape in Colombia and what implications it has for the implementation of the 2016 peace agreement
Rafael analyses the political economy of the development/humanitarian aid granted to Colombia for the implementation of the 2016 peace agreement, and the way it shapes development policymaking in the country.
Héloïse will assist in the delivery of the outputs of the project, including the edited collection. She will participate in the organization of fieldwork and other project activities. She will also participate in the maintenance of the website.
Georg will assist in research and editorial work for the edited volume and the project more broadly. He will also assist in organising workshops and conferences.