Amar Burton

Institute:   Aberystwyth University, Wales (2016-2020)

Brief Profile:   Amar has most recently obtained a diploma LLM (Merits) in Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law after completing eleven modules and written assignments, and is happy to peer-review articles pertaining to these fields, and beyond. For his undergraduate studies he obtained a B.Sc. (Hons) in Psychology. He has taught language, and applied behavioural analysis, to autistic children, as worked in other fields. His Psychology degree prepared him for the statistical analysis of data, and both his degrees have taught him to rigorously examine the reliability of sources and assess their contents. He has carried out much work on a dissertation pertaining to reforms of the International Criminal Court (ICC), the United Nations particularly its Security Council (UNSC), and their relationship, as well as all other barriers to accountability, such as Status of Forces Agreements (SOFA) to name but one issue. His original motivations for embarking upon a Human Rights degree was the plight of migrants at the borders. He is happy to be learning much about the specific issues linked to diaspora, and linking these to international human rights laws and obligations.

Area of Specialization (keywords):   International Criminal Law, Human Rights Law International Humanitarian Law Psychology

Contact Address:   Rue des Tulipiers Gex 01170 France

E-mail id:   [email protected]

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