Executive Board

Aleksandra Sidorenko holds a law degree from the American University of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan), and master's degrees in Information and Communication Technologies Law and in Public International Law (University of Oslo). She has worked in a commercial law firm "Consultant" as a lawyer and in several development projects in Kyrgyzstan, as a research assistant. While studying in Norway, she has done research in legal information retrieval and legal empowerment in international criminal justice. She works as an associated researcher at the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights of the University of Oslo and co-ordinates population of the Core International Crimes Database through the Case Matrix Network.

Recent publications:

"Legal empowerment: capacity building in core international crimes prosecution through technology applications"

"Improving legal information retrieval by online Legal Tools database"

Both articles are published in the book by Morten Bergsmo (ed.), "Active complementarity: Legal inormation transfer in criminal justice for atrocities", Torkel Oppsahl Academic E-publisher, December 2011, chapters 5, 11.  

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agata-odrobinskaAgata Odrobińska is a trainee-attorney and a graduate student of the Faculty of Law, Canon Law and Administration at The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin. She achieved her professional experience in the Department of Proceedings before International Human Rights Protection Bodies at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Poland and the Consular Section of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in London. During her studies, she was an active member of the Criminal Section at the student legal advice centre of her university. She is interested in human rights as well as international law.

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