Misbah Reshi

Misbah Reshi is a final year law student at Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi. She completed her bachelors from St. Stephen’s College with honors in Philosophy. She is an incoming student at the University of Oxford where she will be studying on the Rhodes Scholarship. Misbah has contributed to various reportsContinue reading “Misbah Reshi”

Gayathree Devi KT

Gayathree is a DPhil in Law candidate at the University of Oxford. Her work on international responsibility for human rights violations committed by de facto regimes is being supervised Dr Miles Jackson and Dr Efthymios Papastavridis. Gayathree is a tutor in public international law for visiting students at Hertford College. She is also Co-Convenor of the Oxford Transitional Justice Research Group, a GraduateContinue reading “Gayathree Devi KT”

Suhail Rashid Bhat

Suhail is a human rights advocate, legal researcher, and law teacher with 4 years of experience. During his practice as an advocate, he has been part of important constitutional cases before the Supreme Court and High Courts. Some of his legal advocacy projects include disability rights, children with special needs, the lynching of minorities, andContinue reading “Suhail Rashid Bhat”

Sameer Rashid Bhat

Sameer Rashid Bhat is a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) candidate in Public Policy at the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford. He is pursuing his doctoral studies on the Rhodes Scholarship and the Clarendon Fund Scholarship. Before his DPhil, Sameer read for the MSc in Global Governance and Diplomacy (2019-20) at the Department ofContinue reading “Sameer Rashid Bhat”

Zaid Deva

Zaid is an LLM Candidate and a Felix scholar at the SOAS University of London where he is currently studying the role of constitutions in conflict zones with a focus on constitution-making in the Kashmir region.   He completed his B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) from Gujarat National Law University in 2020. His most recent internship was atContinue reading “Zaid Deva”

Fer Ghanaa Ansari

Fer Ghanaa Ansari is an LL.M. candidate at Harvard Law School on the Fulbright scholarship, and currently also a Research Associate at the Research Society of International Law, Pakistan. She is also an independent researcher for a UN Human Rights Treaty Impact Study, which was being led by the late Mr. Christof Heyns, former UNContinue reading “Fer Ghanaa Ansari”

Sahiba Maqbool

Sahiba Maqbool is Doctoral Student at La Trobe University, Melbourne. Her research focuses on a critique of international law particularly international humanitarian law based on the perspectives of the people of Jammu and Kashmir, and the Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL). She has previously taught at various law schools in India including JindalContinue reading “Sahiba Maqbool”

Mariyeh Mushtaq

Mariyeh Mushtaq is an independent researcher and artist based in Kashmir. She is mainly interested in the intersection of art, academia, and activism. Mariyeh is a graduate of IPCW, University of Delhi and completed her Masters last year in Gender, Sexuality & Culture from Birkbeck, University of London. Mariyeh’s research focusses on feminist activism, gender,Continue reading “Mariyeh Mushtaq”

Ifsha Zehra

Ifsha Zehra is a researcher based out of Kashmir. She has been a fellow at Salzburg Global Academy, Austria, a Charpak Scholar at Sciences Po, Paris and is a Mother Teresa Fellow at Ashoka University. Presently, she is based in Kashmir and her work is focussed on feminist activism and advocacy of socio-political issues concerningContinue reading “Ifsha Zehra”

Adeela Firdous

Adeela Firdous is a Kashmiri lawyer and is currently working as a Law and Advocacy officer with a Delhi based organisation, Citizens Against Hate (CAH), Misaal where she focused on minority rights. She graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of Kashmir in 2020. As an independent researcher, Adeela has presented papers on the working ofContinue reading “Adeela Firdous”