Laila Alodaat is a human rights lawyer specialising in international law of armed conflicts and the human rights of women. During her practice, she focused on accountability for international crimes and the responsibility to protect. She holds a BA in Law, LLM in Human Rights, Conflict and Justice from SOAS and is a qualified trainer of international humanitarian law. Laila has worked on several conflict situations including Syria, Libya, Iraq, and Pakistan and is currently the Crisis Response Programme Manager at the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF).
- #HungerForFreedom: Practical notes from a doctor for hunger strikers March 7, 2018
- Over 30 organisations deem government review of changes to healthcare charges inadequate February 28, 2018
- Healthcare charging – unethical practice, unacceptable outcomes February 28, 2018
- The Cake Sale January 27, 2018
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