Annie Herro

Annie Herro is a visiting scholar with CHRGJ. Her research focuses on the campaign to establish a Convention on the Rights of Older Persons, in particular the evolution of the transnational advocacy network and its role in shaping the outcomes of the pre-negotiations of the Convention. She is currently a Vice-Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the School of Social Sciences and the Australian Human Rights Centre at UNSW Australia. Her previous research relates to the responsibility to protect and UN peacekeeping operations. She holds a PhD in peace and conflict studies from the University of Sydney and an MA in human rights from Columbia University. She has taught graduate courses on human rights, peace and justice and the UN, peace and security for several years at the University of Sydney. Her first book is called “UN Emergency Peace Service and Responsibility to Protect”.

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