Thalia Gerzso

Thalia Gerzso

Thalia Gerzso is a Cornell Law graduate and human rights advocate. She gained experience in the human rights field through the Cornell International Human Rights Clinic where she worked on various projects. She notably worked on the defense of death row prisoners in Malawi and in the United States. She also advocated for the right to self-determination of Western Sahara before the Human Rights Committee. Former Research Assistant at the Cornell Center on the Death Penalty Worldwide, Thalia currently works at the World Coalition Against the Death Penalty. Her research lies in the area of death penalty issues in subsaharan Africa, but also in international humanitarian law.
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      In 2015, François Delattre, President of the Security Council of the United Nations, qualified Boko Haram as a threat to international peace and security.  In 2017, this is still the case. A threat to international peace The terrorist organization, originating from Nigeria, still threatens international peace...
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