Joanne Neenan


Joanne Neenan is a public international lawyer for the UK government and a researcher.  She recently spent a sabbatical as a Research Fellow at the London School of Economics Centre for Women, Peace and Security and a Visiting Fellow at the Harvard Human Rights Program., Harvard Law School.

Recently Published

The Role of the ICC in Protecting the Rights of Children Born of Rape in War

The trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC) of Dominic Ongwen, commander of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), has attracted widespread legal and political debate.  Much of the commentary has focused on the former child soldier’s status as a victim-perpetrator. Missing from mainstream legal discourse is consideration of another status Ongwen holds as a result of his…

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