Transitional Justice

Below is a listing of Payson People (we refer to ourselves as Paysonites) who specialize in Transitional Justice.

Izabela Steflja

Professor of Practice, International Development

Sonita Singh

Sonita Singh
Doctoral Student

Evaluation Specialist currently evaluating international, federal, state and city projects in:

  • Criminal Justice and Correctional Research
  • Child Survival and Early Childhood Development
  • HIV, specific to Prenatal Exposure
  • Co-occurring Disorders (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Illnesses)
  • Health Systems Research in West Africa (Gambia) 

Quantitative and Qualitative Research Development, Logistics, Execution and Analysis

Meredith Bambrick

Meredith Bambrick, Tulane Payson Center for International Development LLM in Law & Development
Alumna, LL.M. in Development

Meredith Clare Bambrick, Esq. is a graduate of Tulane University Law School where she earned a J.D. and certificate in international and comparative law (2013) as well as an LLM in Development (2014), the latter for which she was awarded a full tuition scholarship.

Laura Ospina

Alumna, M.S.

I was born and raised in Bogotá, Colombia where I got my undergraduate degree in Law. After graduating I moved to the Netherlands for a year to pursue an LLM in International Human Rights. In 2009 I returned to Colombia where for the past years  worked as a legal researcher in various national and international research centers, focusing mainly on armed conflict research, reduction of impunity, security sector reform (SSR) and the mitigation on the proliferation of small arms.

Kayemba Mvula

Kayemba Mvula
Alumnus, M.S.

I am originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo but have lived most of my life in New Orleans. My research interests include human rights, access to justice, and private sector development. Most of my focus is on francophone Africa.  

Colin Crawford

Colin Crawford

Colin Crawford joined the Tulane faculty in 2010 from the Georgia State University College of Law, where he founded and co-directed the Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth and directed a summer program in Rio De Janeiro.  He is the founder of Study Space, a project that brings together academics and graduate students each year for an intensive study of one city in the Americas or the Caribbean.  He has also been a visiting professor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, the National School of Public Health, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, in Rio de Janeiro, and the

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