Alicia de la Cour VenningExecutive Board
Alicia currently holds an ESRC funded research post with ISCI. Immediately prior to this, Alicia acted as ISCI’s Research and Policy Manager, a post which she originally took up in November 2011. Alicia has conducted extensive fieldwork in Myanmar, including in Rakhine and Kachin states, as well as on the Thai/Myanmar border. Her research has focused on civil society resistance to state violence and corruption, non-state armed groups and the laws of war, and ethnic violence. In 2013 Alicia was awarded an Arthur C. Helton Fellowship by the American Society of International Law. Alicia obtained her LLM in Criminal Justice, Criminal Law and Criminology (distinction) at King’s College London in 2011. Alongside her LLM studies, Alicia completed internships with both the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in Vienna and ISCI. Prior to moving to London, Alicia practised as a solicitor for two and a half years in her home country, New Zealand, where she obtained an Honours degree in Law and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Canterbury (2008).
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18 Apr 2018
GENOCIDE ACHIEVED, GENOCIDE CONTINUES: MYANMAR’S ANNIHILATION OF THE ROHINGYA [ISCI REPORT]
[CLICK HERE FOR FULL PDF OF REPORT] EXECUTIVE SUMMARY...
24 Nov 2016
Aung San Suu Kyi is legitimizing genocide in Myanmar
As Myanmar’s Rohingya ethnic minority enter a new and terrifying phase of persecution, Aung San Suu Kyi’s...
29 Oct 2015
[ISCI REPORT] COUNTDOWN TO ANNIHILATION: GENOCIDE IN MYANMAR
CLICK HERE FOR ISCI ROHINGYA REPORT...
27 Oct - 31 Oct 2015
ISCI ROHINGYA WEEK 27th to 31st OCTOBER Genocide in Myanmar: the Annihilation of the Rohingya
A week of events, talks, film & photography with the aim of drawing attention to the ongoing genocide against the...
22 Jun 2015
The Oslo Conference to End Myanmar’s Persecution of the Rohingyas
At the Oslo Conference to End Myanmar’s Persecution of Rohingyas held at the Nobel Institute in Oslo, Norway on...
16 May 2015
[ISCI PRESS RELEASE] Humanitarian crisis affecting Rohingya Muslims is the product of genocide
“The Rohingya are faced with only two options: stay and face annihilation, or flee.” [For immediate release]
24 Mar 2014
Death at Europe’s frontiers: Foreseeable result of state policy?**
European states are morally responsible for deaths at the EU’s borders, argues ISCI’s Alicia de la Cour...