Victoria Adelmant
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Victoria Adelmant is a Research Scholar working on the Digital Welfare State and Human Rights Project. Her research focuses on how the digitalization of the delivery of welfare services impacts human rights, exploring the barriers and exclusions which have arisen through such digitalization.

Victoria has combined her experience in international human rights NGOs with work within grassroots organizations. She has worked for Minority Rights Group International, the United Nations, the European Commission and the Academy of European Law, and has advised asylum-seekers and migrants in Coventry (United Kingdom) and campaigned with Oxfam. Prior to coming to CHRGJ, Victoria was a Fellow in the International Human Rights program of the Oak Foundation, a funder of human rights organizations.

Victoria earned her LLM in International Legal Studies from NYU in 2020, where she was a Hauser Global Scholar and a Human Rights Scholar. She also holds an LLM in Human Rights and International Law from the London School of Economics and Political Science (summa cum laude) and holds a BA in Law with German Law from the University of Oxford (First Class Honors).

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