I am a full-time human rights researcher, writer and social media manager based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. I am originally from Dublin, Ireland. I graduated from Leiden University in 2021 with an Advanced Master's in International Children's Rights (LL.M).

I am passionate about children's rights, international law, global diplomacy, climate change, politics and project management. I thrive in dynamic environments and quickly adapt to the ever-changing demands of the international legal field. I possess academic rigour with a  journalistic flair. 

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My Latest Work

The Repatriation of ISIS Children Detained in Camps in Northeast Syria 2022

For the past four years, thousands of prisoners, primarily women and children, from the Islamic State (ISIS), have been arbitrarily detained in camps in northeast Syria. Approximatley, 42,200 people are currently detained in the camps despite the recently increased repatriation of women and children. Recent Turkish air and artillery strikes have exacerbated the dangerous circumstances in the camps. These Turkish strikes cut off electricity and stopped the water supply. They severely impacted fue

COP27 Climate Change Summit: Greenwashing Scam Imperilling Human Rights

Morally, politically and economically COP27 climate change summit has been coined as a greenwashing scam imperilling human rights. The world watched Egypt closely as it hosted the 27th United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP27) in Sharm El-Sheikh from the 8th-16th of November. More than 190 governments attended COP27 to attempt to solve some of the world’s most pressing environmental challenges. Furthermore, Egypt hosting COP27 sparked much controversy due to its abysmal human rights

Mahsa Amini: Iranian Women Are Leading an Extraordinary Revolution

The Death of Mahsa Amini Ignited an Unprecedented Wave of Protests Across Iran On the 16th of September 2022, Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish-Iranian woman, died in the custody of Iran’s morality police following her arrest for improper wear of hijab. Both Mahsa and her brother were beaten at the time of her arrest. Iran’s morality police routinely arbitrarily detain women who do not comply with their discriminatory and compulsory veiling laws. The death of Mahsa Amini was the powder keg mo

Living in Chains: The Shackling of People with Psychosocial Disabilities Worldwide

The Inhumane Practice of “Shackling” People With Disabilities Numerous human rights reports have covered the shackling of hundreds of thousands of men, women, and children with mental health conditions worldwide. The practice known as ‘shackling’ is commonplace in 60 countries worldwide and sees adults and children as young as ten years old restrained or locked up for days, weeks and even years at a time. Worldwide, people have inadequate support and access to mental health services. People w

The Western Hypocrisy of Russia v Israel Reveals An Outrageous Moral and Legal Duplicity

The Annexation of Land by Force Under International Law – Western Hypocrisy Western hypocrisy is ever-present as we see differing responses to the annexation of land by Russia in Ukraine in comparison to Israel’s continued annexation of Palestinian land since 1947. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced on September 30th 2022 that Russia would annexe four regions in Ukraine. These regions are Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson, and Zaporizhzhia, now referred to as “new regions” of Russia. The UN Se

Pakistan's Climate Crisis: A Peek Into The Apocalyptic Future That Awaits

One-third of Pakistan Submerged By “Monsoon On Steroids” The world has faced much climate crisis devastation over the decades. However, in August 2022, the climate carnage in Pakistan brought this crisis into a whole new ball game. The image above is from the New Humanitarian, showing people attempting to flee the floods. The climate-induced flooding has affected over 50 million people. This disaster has left one-third of Pakistan underwater, with some parts resembling “a small ocean”. The Pak

Myanmar’s Genocide on the Rohingya Muslims: An Inspiring Interview with a Heroic Refugee

Authors Note – This week’s article is a special edition as I have collaborated with a Rohingya refugee living in Cox’s Bazaar camp in Bangladesh after fleeing the Myanmar genocide. His name is Jamal Hossain. I have also collaborated with Rohingyatographer Magazine, a unique project created by a team of talented photographers based in Cox’s Bazaar. They have kindly allowed me to share some of their thought-provoking photography. A special thank you to both collaborations. The above image is by ©

Israel's Apartheid Against Palestinians Reveals West's Double Standards

A ceasefire on Sunday, 7th August 2022, ended another unjustified three-day Israeli bombardment in the besieged apartheid Gaza strip. Devastating figures reveal the civilian cost of the escalation and the impact of crimes against humanity in the occupied Palestinian territory. The Israel Defence Forces (IDF) announced operation “Breaking Dawn” on Friday, 5th August 2022. Israel fired shots at targets it claimed were linked to the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ), killing a senior commander in th