Balkees Jarrah is an associate director of the International Justice Program where she focuses on the Middle East and North Africa region. She also leads the organization’s research and advocacy on universal jurisdiction and tools to enhance prospects for criminal accountability for serious crimes, including through fact-finding and investigative mechanisms. She is a former law clerk at the Federal Court of Canada and has worked at the Brookings Institution supporting the mandate of the special representative of the UN Secretary-General on the human rights of internally displaced persons. She holds degrees in common law and civil law from McGill University and a masters from the University of Oxford.
Lessons from Colombia, Georgia, Guinea, and the United Kingdom
Justice for Syria in Swedish and German Courts