Ana Martin

Ana Martin, (PhD Researcher)

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Ana Martin is an international lawyer. Her PhD at Transitional Justice Institute (Ulster University) researches the potential of integrating an intersectional approach to discrimination to analyse international crimes of sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV). Based on jurisprudential analysis, her thesis argues that intersectionality can help understand the causes, harms, and gravity of SGBV, while providing access to justice in consistency with international human rights law.

Before starting her PhD, Ana provided legal assistance to the EU Genocide Network in The Hague, the European Network for the investigation and prosecution of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes (2016-2017). Prior to that, Ana was a legal officer for ECPAT International in Bangkok, combatting the commercial and sexual exploitation of children (2014-2015). She has worked as a consultant for Amnesty International Spain concerning accountability for past international crimes (2012-2014). Ana holds a LLM in International Humanitarian Law (Geneva Academy) and a MSc in International Crimes in Criminology (Vrije University, Amsterdam). She has bachelor’s degrees in Spanish and in French law.



  • KZ Law of Nations
  • International Criminal Law
  • Human Rights
  • Gender
  • Discrimination
  • Intersectionality


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