Pauline Brosch is a research associate at the Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi) in Berlin. She contributes to the institute’s projects on human rights. Her research interests center on enhancing accountability of public and private actors for human rights violations.
Pauline’s professional experience include assignments for an international law firm in Berlin and the Forum for International Criminal and Humanitarian Law, where she currently serves as a member of the editorial team. Previously, she interned at the German embassy in Washington, DC, worked as a freelance journalist for a local German newspaper, and was a research assistant at the Free University in Berlin and New York University. As a member of Amnesty International’s Asylum Group in Berlin, she advised refugees during their asylum procedure.
In addition to working at GPPi, Pauline is pursuing her practical legal training to become a qualified lawyer in Germany. She holds a Master of Laws degree in international legal studies from New York University School of Law, where she focused on human rights, national security law, and international criminal law. Prior to this, Pauline studied law at the Free University with a focus on public international law and EU law, and spent a semester abroad at Paris-Sorbonne University.
Languages: German, English, French
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