Chair and Professor of Public International Law, EUI
Sarah Nouwen is Chair and Professor of Public International Law at the EUI. She is on leave from the University of Cambridge, where she is a Reader in International Law and a Fellow of Pembroke College and was Co-Deputy Director of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law. Nouwen is also an Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of International Law. She previously worked in international diplomacy advising on transitional justice, peace negotiations and the rule of law at the Dutch mission to the United Nations, the Netherlands Embassy in Khartoum and as a Senior Legal Advisor to the African Union High Level Implementation Panel in Sudan. She has also served as a consultant for the UK Department of International Development in Darfur.
PEACE AND HUMAN RIGHTS: The EU as a human rights-promoting peace mediator? – 6 MAY 2021 – 14:50-15:50 (CEST)
PEACE AND HUMAN RIGHTS: EU sanctions: what’s their place in the world? – 6 MAY 2021 – 16:00-16:50 (CEST)
STRATEGIC AUTONOMY: 7 MAY 2021 – 13:10 – 13:40 (CEST)