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Nina Slokar Boc


Nina's role is to look after the coordination of research activities at Global Research Priorities in International Development based at the Law School.

Speak to Nina for:
  • General questions regarding postgraduate International Development studies at Warwick
  • Help with research grants and contract applications, including advice on eligibility criteria and application and submission procedures
  • General advice and support on issues relating to research projects in International Development
  • Organisation of academic events
  • Funding your research in International Development
  • Development internships and studentships
  • Submitting your academic articles to LGD Journal
  • Submitting your articles to LGD Blog

Background

Global Research Priorities (GRP) programme addresses some of the most challenging problems facing the world today, providing a platform for multidisciplinary research in 11 key areas of international significance, from international development to food, sustainable cities, energy to innovative manufacturing. Nina is coordinating research activities of GRP in International Development. Nina graduated from University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Law and qualified as a lawyer in Slovenia in 2014. She is a student at School for Oriental and African Studies (LLM in Law, Development ad Globalisation). Her current research interests include International Development Law, Human rights in the Developing world and legal pluralism in South and South East Asia.