Jasmine AliResearch and Advocacy Officer
Jasmine is primarily involved in the CIJ’s Victims Services Review.
Her background is in social theory and policy. She has worked on projects for international organisations, and conducted research in the areas of industrial relations and international law.
Jasmine interned at the United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials (UNAKRT) with the Office of Co-Prosecution. She has also worked as a Research Assistant at Melbourne Law School, and volunteers with the Flemington-Kensington Legal Centre.
Jasmine has a Juris Doctor (Laws) from the University of Melbourne, and a BA (Philosophy Hons I) from the University of Sydney.
Jasmine is an advocate for social and racial justice.