Yuliia Mysak

Studied at the Institute of International Relations of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (Ukraine) for her Bachelors (2016) and Masters (2018). Interested in human rights, international humanitarian law, memory studies, feminist and gender issues within international law discourse, minority rights, indigenous peoples rights. Has an extensive NGO experience having worked on the issues of corruption, labour rights, refugee protection; researched on the legal consequences of annexation and occupation as applied to Crimea. Has significant moot court experience (Jean-Pictet Competition, Telders International Law Moot Court Competition, European Human Rights Moot Court Competition, Stetson Environmental Moot Court Competition). 

Field of Study: Transitional Justice. 

Thesis Title: Cultural Rights in the Transitional Justice Paradigm: from Denial to Celebration.

Programme of Study: Ph.D. 

Supervisor(s): Dr. AD Schwartz and Prof. TS Veitch

Publications: N/A