Our Team

The CMN team consists of national advisers who drive the country activities, the CMN Directors who bring technical and thematic expertise to the country teams and a Communications Officer who conducts outreach work.

 

Professor Olympia Bekou, Deputy Director

DRC, Indonesia, Mongolia, Sierra Leone

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Olympia is responsible for the Ratification, Implementation and Co-operation Toolkit (in collaboration with HRLC) where she provides technical assistance and capacity development expertise on the ICC system of justice in Indonesia, Sierra Leone and Mongolia. She is also responsible for the Case Selection and Prioritisation Toolkit in DRC.

 

Dr. Emilie Hunter, Deputy Director

Colombia, Georgia, Indonesia, Mexico, Sierra Leone

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Emilie oversees the Investigation and Fact-Finding Toolkit in Mexico, the Case Selection and Prioritisation Toolkit in Colombia and the Ratification, Implementation and Co-operation Toolkit in Indonesia and Sierra Leone, where she provides expertise in comparative research, technical assistance and capacity development. As the Project Director, she is also responsible for the management of all of the country-based activities.

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Andreja Jerončič, Advisor

Colombia, Georgia, Indonesia, Mexico, Sierra Leone

Andreja supports the implementation of several key outputs for the CMN-ICJ Toolkits Project, including a forthcoming report on the status of command responsibility in national laws, as well as capacity development partnerships in support of the Investigation and Fact-Finding Toolkit and the Ratification, Implementation and Co-operation Toolkit. Furthermore, Andreja drafts, edits and translates the project materials for the blog and other social media platforms, and is organising an international conference for criminal justice practitioners and other stakeholders.

Marialejandra Moreno Mantilla, Associate Advisor

Colombia

unnamedMarialejandra assists the Case Mapping, Selection and Prioritisation Toolkit for Colombia, providing support in research, event organization, and updating the Colombia section of the ICC Legal Tools Database. She also supports the production of an upcoming report on crimes against humanity and their contextual elements. Marialejandra is a Colombian qualified lawyer and hold a LL.M in Public International Law by the University of Leiden. She has previously worked for Comisión Colombiana de Juristas (Bogotá) and has interned with the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and the International Criminal Court.

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Jose Ordonez, Associate Advisor

CAR, ColombiaDRC

p1070384Jose supports the Case Mapping, Selection and Prioritisation Toolkit for the DRC, including a forthcoming legal analysis of the domestic provisions of the DRC to prosecute conflict-related sexual violence as compared to the Rome Statute. He also assists with updating the Colombia section of the ICC Legal Tools Database. Jose is called to the Bar of Ontario (Canada) and practised as a lawyer with Legal Aid in Toronto. He previously interned with the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.

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Léa Rambaud, Communications Officer

Colombia, DRC, Georgia, Indonesia, Mexico, Sierra Leone
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Léa is responsible for the communications and outreach for the Project, with particular attention to country-based activities in DRC, Georgia and Indonesia. She also oversees the communications activities in Mexico and Colombia. With a background in international law and communications, Léa previously worked for the Coalition for the International Criminal Court (CICC) and Cartier. She works in parallel as communication officer for the Coalition Education.

 

Ilia Utmelidze, Director

DRC, Georgia, Mexico
28029395332_b15675da2d_zIlia is responsible for the methodology and taxonomy of the Investigation Documentation System (I-DOC) and the Database of Open Case Files (DOCF), including their adaptation to national legal frameworks, and is responsible for country activities in Georgia. He also conducts research, technical assistance and capacity development in the legal requirements and work processes for investigation and fact-finding in Mexico and case selection and prioritization in DRC.

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Previous Team Members

Professor Alejandro Aponte (National Adviser for Colombia), Dr. Maria Chiara Campisi (Research Fellow for the CMN conference: “Strengthening National Justice for Core International Crimes: Laws, Procedures and Practices in an Age of Legal Pluralism”), Alexandre Skander Galand (Research Fellow for Colombia), Katerina Katsimardou Miariti (Adviser for Case Mapping, Selection and Prioritisation Toolkit), Marina Lostal (Research Fellow for Mexico), Octavio Martinez (Communications Officer for Mexico), Jorge Enrique Moncaleano (Research Fellow for Colombia), Fabiana Nunez del Prado Nieto (Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Fellow), Ana Pashalishvili (Project Officer), Giorgi Shukashvili (Finance Officer), Dr. Dorothy Estrada Tanck (National Adviser for Mexico), Maia Titberidze (National Adviser for Georgia).


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