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Teisha Sritharan

UN Independent Investigative Mechanism for Myanmar

This summer I will be doing a fellowship with the UN Independent Investigative Mechanism for Myanmar through the Human Rights Lab at Berkeley. I will have the opportunity to work with legal analysts from the UN and I will be able to continue to develop my open source investigation skills. I am extremely passionate about protecting the human rights of civilians, so this work means so much to me. I am ecstatic that I will be able to make a contribution towards getting justice for some of the Rohingya people and others who have been tortured by the Tatmadaw.

Message to Sponsor

Thank you so much for supporting the UN IIMM Fellowship. It means so much to me to be able to have the opportunity to learn more about open-source investigations. It is truly a blessing to be able to help bring justice to victims of war crimes.
  • Major: Molecular & Cellular Biology
  • Mentor: Stephanie Croft/ Human Rights Center