Roman Girma Teshome


Roman Girma Teshome is a PhD candidate in international law at the University of Amsterdam, Center for International Law. Her research focuses on the rights of persons displaced by development-induced displacement in international law. Before starting her doctoral position, Roman has received an LLM in Human Rights from Central European University in 2017. You can find her on Twitter @etege_roman

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Social Justice Quests in the Process of Development-induced Displacement

  “For millions of people around the world—development has cost them their homes, their livelihoods, their health, and even their very lives.”                              - W. Courtland Robinson Introduction The term development-induced displacement (DID) by itself mirrors two contradictory notions, which rightly represent the dilemma associated with this form of involuntary displacement. On the one…

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