Project Coordinator, The Peace and Security Monitor (South East Europe and Black Sea Region Programme)
Sophia has joined the Platform in December 2021 as part of the South East Europe and Black Sea Region programme. She has contributed to various issues of the Peace and Security Monitor as a co-editor, copy editor and author. In October 2022, she has become the coordinator of the Peace and Security Monitor issued by the South East Europe and Black Sea Region programme.
Sophia is currently pursuing her PhD at the University of Zurich in the field of business and human rights. She holds a Master of Law from the University of Zurich and an LL.M. Degree from the University of Amsterdam with specialization in public international law.
During and after her studies, Sophia has worked with various NGOs and was part of a Human Rights Observer Mission in Colombia in 2018, where she worked with rural communities in the Magdalena Medio region.
She‘s also an active Alumna of the scholarship program „Stiftung der DeutschenWirtschaft (sdw)“.
Why is Constructed Calm Alluded in Bosnia and Herzegovina?, in Peace and Security Monitor: South East Europe and Black Sea Region (December 2021)
Victim‘s Anonymity and other Challenges at the Kosovo Specialist Chambers, in Peace and Security Monitor: South East Europe and Black Sea Region (February 2022)
The Big Three Monument in: Memory and Monuments in South East Europe and the Black Sea Region, in Peace and Security Monitor: South East Europe and Black Sea Region (April 2022)
- International Criminal Law
- Law of Armed Conflict/ International Humanitarian Law
- Business and Human Rights
- Transitional Justice
- Peace and Conflict Studies
- Victims Rights
- Universal Jurisdiction
- South East Europe
- Latin America
- Middle East