Support for the “Human Dignity and Public Security” Team
Recently Camille Schaltenbrand joined the “Human Dignity and Public Security” team at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Fundamental and Human Rights (LBI-GMR). Notably she will work on the project “Justice for All”, which focuses on detainees with psycho-social and/or intellectual disabilities in criminal proceedings. She is the 2022 Straniak-Fellow.
Camille holds a Master’s degree in International and European Law from Paris Nanterre University and an advanced LL.M. in Public International Law from Leiden University. She has worked for the NGO International Bridges to Justice, the International Criminal Court (Chambers) and for the Fundamental Rights Agency of the European Union.
Camille’s main focus is on International Criminal Law and Human Rights, with a particular interest for sexual and reproductive rights, sexual and gender-based violence and reparations. At the LBI-GMR she hopes to expand her knowledge on European criminal law as well as criminal procedure in general.