Rosa Ehrenreich

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Rosa Ehrenreich "served most recently as Senior Advisor to Harold Hongju Koh, the Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor. In that position, she led an interagency assessment of Kosovo's Judicial system, helped develop a U.S.-sponsored Security Council resolution to establish an international criminal court to address atrocities in Sierra Leone, and worked on a range of projects designed to increase U.S. domestic compliance with international human rights norms. Before joining the State Department, Ms. Ehrenreich served as Acting Director of the Orville H. Schell, Jr. Center for International Human Rights at Yale Law School, where she taught seminars in international human rights law and served as faculty supervisor of the Allard K. Lowenstein International Human Rights Law Clinic. Ms. Ehrenreich has also worked extensively as a consultant for Human Rights Watch, producing reports on human rights issues in Uganda, Kenya, Jamaica, and the U.S. She has also worked for the Open Society Institute's U.S. Programs Office, and this year she will serve as a consultant on global rule of law issues for the Soros Foundations. At the Carr Center, Ms. Ehrenreich will work on several research projects including a model for an NGO that would develop comprehensive emergency policy responses for societies experiencing complex human rights and humanitarian crises.“ [1]

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