Philippa Greer currently works at the United Nations Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals, Arusha, Tanzania, where she works on a variety of international legal issues, including matters arising from the imprisonment of persons convicted by the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. Prior to this position, Philippa has pursued work on death penalty abolition advocacy, criminal justice and access to justice issues in various countries and formerly worked as the United States Coordinator and Legal Fellow of Reprieve, an international NGO which assists persons facing execution, torture and extrajudicial imprisonment across the globe. Philippa has also served as a Law Clerk to Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng at the Constitutional Court of South Africa. She is a Coordinator for UN Globe, which defends the rights of LGBTI staff in the UN system and its peacekeeping operations and is also a Legal Research Assistant for the University of Oxford Refugee Studies Centre. Philippa writes for the Huffington Post and other publications on a variety of human rights topics and has served as a lecturer on Whetu’s Diploma course on the International Protection of Women’s Rights. She was a Kennedy Scholar at Harvard.