Aleksandra Sidorenko coordinates our work with documentation of violations committed in armed conflicts.
Since 2012, she has collected and systematized evidence of human rights violations.
Aleksandra holds a master’s degree in law from the University of Oslo and has previous legal education from the American University in Central Asia. She has LL.M. in Public International Law and LL.M. in Information and Communication Technology Law. She is specialized in international criminal law.
“It’s important to provide facts about violations committed in war as a counterweight to propaganda and false news.”
She is working on obtaining reliable information about massive violations of human rights to promote justice. She is also coordinating the work on Core International Crimes Database to systematize legal practice of international criminal courts.
Earlier, Aleksandra worked at the Norwegian Center for Human Rights. She serves as a board member of the NGO Initiative International Criminal Law and Human Rights” (Poland) and advisor at Case Matrix Network (Belgium).
Aleksandra speaks Norwegian, English and Russian.
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