Ana  Srovin Coralli

Ana Srovin Coralli

Teaching Assistant

Areas of expertise

International Human Rights Law  /  Enforced Disappearances  /  International Criminal Law  /  Public International Law  /  Transitional Justice  /  Responsibility to Protect  /  International Crimes  /  State and Individual Responsibility  /  Sexual Violence  /  Obligation of States Towards Migrants

Ana Srovin Coralli is a Teaching Assistant at the Geneva Academy and a PhD candidate at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. Her research explores Responsibility for Atrocity Crimes and Omissionss.

Before joining the Geneva Academy, Ana worked as an Associate Program Officer at swisspeace. Prior to that, she conducted research for a member of the International Law Commission and interned with the United Nations Committee on Enforced Disappearances.

Since 2018, Ana has focused on enforced disappearances, in particular in questions related to the search for disappeared persons and more recently, on the coordination between the search and criminal investigations concerning disappeared persons. She has published on various topics of international law, including enforced disappearances, jus cogens, migrants, R2P and the regulation of handling waste from electrical and electronic equipment in the European Union.

Ana holds a Master in International Law from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies and a Master in Law from the Faculty of Law of the University of Ljubljana.


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Non-State Actors and Enforced Disappearances: Defining a Path Forward

September 2021

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The Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights; Geneva Call

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Coordination between the search and criminal investigations concerning disappeared persons

June 2021

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Mexico’s Search for Disappeared Migrants Has Evolved, but Challenges Remain

May 2021

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Migration Policy Institute (MPI)

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The vicious cycle of impunity: Psychosocial consequences of disappearances in El Salvador

December 2020

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On the Implementation of the Guiding Principles for the Search for Disappeared Persons

November 2019

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Legal Practice

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New Working Paper Examines the Role of Peacekeeping Operations in Ensuring Respect for IHL

5 October 2021

The UN Security Council and Common Article 1: Understanding the Role of Peacekeeping Operations in Ensuring Respect for IHL examines the applicability of article 1 common to the Geneva Conventions of 1949 – on the obligation to respect and ensure respect for IHL – to the UN, with a specific focus on peacekeeping operations.

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New Working Paper Discusses the Relevance of Smart Mix Measure in AI Governance and Regulation

1 October 2021

Our new Working Paper discusses how current initiatives on the regulation of artificial intelligence technologies should incorporate the protection and respect for human rights.

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28 October 2021, 15:00-16:00

This online IHL talk aims at shining light on some of the many legal, political and protection-related challenges stemming from the situation in Afghanistan.

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