Dr Marija Jovanovic
Marija received a doctorate from the Law Faculty, University of Oxford in 2016 for the thesis examining the role of human rights law in addressing human trafficking. She previously completed a MPhil in Law at Wolfson College, Oxford (2012) and Magister Juris at Linacre College, Oxford (2011) and she also holds an LLB from the University of Kragujevac, Serbia.
Marija taught Human Rights Law, Criminal Law, and International Law at the University of Oxford and in Serbia. She has worked as an expert consultant for the UN, the Council of Europe, the AIRE Centre (London), the Singapore Institute of Foreign Affairs, the Canada-Serbia Judicial Reform Programme (Belgrade), and the National Legislative Development Project (Hanoi) on matters concerning human rights, rule of law, and human trafficking. She interned at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg and the ICTY in the Hague.
Her research interests include migration, human trafficking and smuggling, refugee law, criminal justice and human rights, and regional integration agreements.