Anaïs Tobalagba is a PhD Researcher and a Teaching Fellow at the Faculty of Law of the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Her research focuses on corporation’s human rights responsibilities and their potential to prevent violence against women in business operations. Before commencing her graduate studies at UTS, Anaïs worked in Europe, North and Central America, Africa and Australia for various government and non-government institutions including the International Committee of the Red Cross and Partnership Africa Canada (now Impact). She managed projects on national implementation of international humanitarian law, certification of conflict minerals, and access to justice for women survivors of conflict-related sexual violence.
Arbitrating business and human rights: What’s in it for women?
Newly released rules can help close a gender gap in international tribunals – both on the bench and in processes.