Lily Zanjani LL.M
Lily joined the ICCT team in February 2022 as a Project Assistant Intern under the Rule of Law working group. She is currently doing her Advanced Master in Public International Law with the specialisation in International Criminal Law at Leiden University. She also holds a Master degree in European and International Law: International Law and Global Governance with three specialisations from Tilburg University. Her main interests relating to the field of counter-terrorism is the interplay between international criminal justice and human rights. Prior to her position at the ICCT, she has been an intern at the International Criminal Court and United Nations Information Centre. Lily will assist ICCT with research on Foreign Terrorist Fighters for the joint project with The Global Counterterrorism Forum.
On the 9 year anniversary of the Westgate attack, this Perspective takes stock of recent political developments and the evolution of the threat from al-Shabaab within both Somalia and Kenya.
This perspective analyses the recent ECtHR ruling and explains its impact on the policy of European countries to repatriate children that are still in the Northeast Syria camps.
This Perspective will assess five common predictions of the Taliban’s rule in Afghanistan when they took over a year ago and consider whether things turned out as badly as many believed.