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Rosa Freedman

Dr. Rosa Freedman is a senior lecturer at Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham, England. Her research focuses on the United Nations and human rights, particularly the political effects on international human-rights law. Dr. Freedman has published extensively on the UN Human Rights Council and is working on a British Academy-funded project on UN special procedures. Her other main research project is on UN peacekeeping and accountability for human-rights abuses committed during such operations.

Dr. Freedman has published two books, "Failing to Protect: The UN and the Politicization of Human Rights" and "The United Nations Human Rights Council: A Critique and Early Assessment." Her academic articles have appeared in such journals as the European Journal of International Law and Human Rights Quarterly. She also writes for national and digital media, works closely with the UN and with state governments and sits on the advisory boards of international NGOs.

Dr. Freedman received a master of laws degree from University College London and a Ph.D. from Queen Mary University of London.

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