Sahiba Gill

As a CHRGJ Human Rights Scholar, Sahiba Gill is examining whether the “structural violence” that people experience during their recruitment into labor jobs in the Arabian Gulf constitutes “trafficking” under the UN Trafficking Protocol. Raised in northeast Ohio, Sahiba graduated from Swarthmore College in 2012 with a degree in political science and philosophy. She worked as a Global Academic Fellow in writing at NYU Abu Dhabi for two years before spending six months in Kathmandu, Nepal researching Nepal-GCC labor recruitment. Before starting at NYU Law, she was also assistant editor at The Common, a literary journal published by Amherst University Press that examines “a modern sense of place.”


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