Hague Academy of International Law, Advanced Course on International Criminal Law, Lecturer on Gender Justice in the Field, August 2015.
Transitional Justice Institute, University of Belfast, Lecturer on Prosecution of Sexual and Gender Based Violence Crimes under International Criminal Law, Belfast, Northern Ireland, June 2015.
Institute for International Criminal Investigations, Capacity Building for Civil Society Investigators on Investigation and Documentation of SGBV under International Criminal Law, in the context of the UK FCO Protocol, Goma DRC, March 2015 and the Hague, April 2015.
UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative, Speaker on Plenary Session for Experts Day of Global Summit to Prevent Sexual Violence in Conflict, London, June 2014.
South Sudan Law Society, Training for prosecutors and investigators from South Sudan in international criminal law and investigation and crimes of sexual and gender based violence, June 2014.
Open Society Justice Initiative, Kenya, Expert Witness and Legal Advisor to Kenyan legal team bringing a case before the Kenyan Constitutional Court relating to sexual violence in the Post Election violence in 2008, April 2014.
No Peace Without Justice, Training for Syrian human rights defenders and lawyers in investigation and documentation of crimes of sexual and gender based violence under international criminal law, March 2014.
UN Women – Kosovo, Training for Judges and Prosecutors in Kosovo on International Criminal Law generally and on building a case on sexual and gender based violence crimes, November 2013 and July 2014.
UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office/Institute for International Criminal Investigations, Training Workshop on Gender Crimes under International Criminal Law, and Evidence Gathering to Build a Case of SGBV under ICL, participants will be on the UK Roster of Experts for SGBV Investigations, October 2012.
Women’s Initiatives for Gender Justice Symposium on Prosecution of Sexual and Gender Based Violence Crimes under International Criminal Law, Panel Presenter on the Progress of Prosecution of SGBV Crimes at the Special Court for Sierra Leone and the ICTY, September 2012.
U.N. Women/Justice Rapid Response/Institute for International Criminal Investigations: Training on: Investigation of Crimes of Sexual and Gender Based Violence under International Criminal Law, Lecturer on Gender Crimes under International Criminal Law, and Evidence Gathering to Build a Case of SGBV under ICL to participants who will be on the JRR/UN Women Roster of Experts for SGBV Investigations, May 2009, September 2009, February 2010, June 2010, February 2011, June 2011, February 2012, September 2012, September 2013, August 2015.
U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, Trainer in investigation of crimes of sexual violence under international human rights and criminal law for OHCHR human rights officers, Berlin, November 2009/2010.
Colloquium on Prosecution of Crimes of Sexual Violence, Presentation and dialogue on use of social science research in prosecution of crimes of sexual violence before international courts, The Hague, June 2009.
American University War Crimes Research Office, Lecture in Prosecution of Crimes of SGBV, October 2008.
ICC, Training for Prosecution Investigators in Investigation of Crimes of Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict, October 2007.
Hague Forum for Judicial Expertise, Training in War Crimes, Crimes Against Humanity, and Genocide for Judges and Prosecutors from Sudan, October 2007, and for Judges and Prosecutors from Jordan in April 2009.
Netherlands War Crimes Office, Training for Dutch prosecutors and police from the Dutch War Crimes Unit in Evidence in War Crimes Trials, and Prosecution and Investigation of Crimes of Sexual Violence, December 2006.
Institute for Security Studies, Capetown, South Africa, “The Challenge of Prosecuting International Crimes in Sierra
Leone,” Conference sponsored by the Open Society Institute, Symposium organised by the Institute for Security Studies in Capetown, South Africa, on the subject of “Investigation and Prosecution of Core International Crimes and the Role of the International Criminal Court in Africa” in August 2006.
International Bar Association, Expert Trainer in International Humanitarian Law for Ugandan Lawyers, training in jurisdiction, elements of crimes, admissibility in the ICC, the procedural elements of the Rome Statute, civil law components of the Rome Statute, and current developments in international justice, Uganda, February 2006.
University of Amsterdam, International Criminal Law Department, training lecture in practical application of international criminal law and procedure, with a focus on prosecution of crimes of sexual violence, May 2005.
International Bar Association, Expert Trainer for Iraqi Prosecutors from the Iraq Special Tribunal, training in Crimes Against Humanity, Evidence of Witnesses, Witness Protection, and Investigations, March 2005.
Institute for International Criminal Investigations, Training in investigation and prosecution of crimes of sexual violence, and evidence in war crimes trials, April and Dec 2005, May and Dec 2006, Nov 2007, May and Nov 2008, June 2009, June and Nov 2010, June and Nov 2011, Feb 2012, Nov 2012, May 2013, Nov 2013, June 2014, July 2015, August 2015.
Georgetown Law School, International Criminal Law Lecture, “Investigating and Prosecuting War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity: A Comparative Perspective,” January 2005.
Coalition for International Justice Darfur Accountability Project, Chad, Ad hoc Laws of War training for Sudanese community leaders, August 2004.
Campaign for Good Governance, Freetown, Sierra Leone, Training for Human Rights Monitors in human rights, international humanitarian law, and investigative techniques, May 2004.
Brooklyn Law School, International Criminal Law Lecture, “The Special Court for Sierra Leone: Comparisons between the SCSL and the ICTY and ICTR,” April 2004, “The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia; A Field Perspective,” April 6, 1999, and April 13, 2000, and “Human Rights Field Investigations,” Sparer Public Interest Fellowship Program Public Interest Lunch, March 24, 1999.
Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, “War Crimes Investigations: A Comparative Perspective Between Bosnia, Chechnya, Kosovo, Ivory Coast, and Sierra Leone,” April 2004.
Sierra Leone Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Freetown, Sierra Leone, Training for statement takers in sexual and gender based violence, international criminal law, and human rights investigations, November 2002.
UNAMSIL Military Observers, Bo, Sierra Leone, Training for UN military observers in IHL, and the role and practices of the Special Court and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, November 2002.
Guinean Army, Kissidougou, Guinea, Training for Guinean military officers in IHL and IHRL, May 2002.
New York University, School of Journalism, New York, NY, “Human Rights Organizations and Journalists: Friends or Foes?” April 26, 2001, and January 30, 2002.
Barnard College, Columbia University “Perspectives of a War Crimes Investigator,” November 20, 2001.
Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, Hungary, “Human Rights in Bosnia,” April 29, 1998.
US Congressional Human Rights Caucus, House of Representatives, Washington DC, Testimony for congressional hearing on subject of “Bosnia: Rape as A War Crime,” March 25, 1998. Congressional Human Rights Caucus, House of Representatives, Washington DC, Testimony, “After the Dayton Peace Accords: Unpunished War Crimes Against Women,” May 7, 1997.