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Kjersti Lohne: Advocates of Humanity: Human Rights NGOs in International Criminal Justice

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    I conducted these interviews as part of my PhD project for which I received ethical approval from the University of Oxford.


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Ullrich, L. Kjersti Lohne: Advocates of Humanity: Human Rights NGOs in International Criminal Justice. Fem Leg Stud 29, 283–287 (2021).

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