Caroline Anna Margret Zwingelstein
Mrs. Caroline Zwingelstein is a research assistant at the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights. Beside her administrative support to the two research groups at the Centre, she is part of the Editorial Office of the Nordic Journal of Human Rights.
As a student of the Masters Programme in Theory and Practice of Human Rights, she focuses in her master thesis on the concept of Environmental Personhood and compares it to a human right to the environment. Further, she specializes on Human Rights and Sustainable Development, and climate change related aspects in her studies.
She has previously worked with the Business for Peace Foundation in Oslo under the Future of Business programme on SDG Impact cooperation with UNDP. In addition, she worked with the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs and the UN Organisations (dealing with food and agriculture) in Rome and Vietnam.
Research Assistant, Administrative support to the Editorial Office of the Nordic Journal of Human Rights (NJHR) and to the two Research Groups of the Centre
Environmental Rights, Environmental Personhood, Rights of Nature, Human Rights and Sustainable Development, Food Systems and Right to Food, Business and Human Rights
Masters degree in the Theory and Practice of Human Rights, University of Oslo
Other Academic / Work Related Experiences
Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences: Political Science with a Minor in Anthropology, University of Zürich, Switzerland
Academic Intern at Business for Peace Foundation, Oslo
Intern and Adviser at Permanent Mission of Switzerland to the United Nations Organisations in Rome
Academic Intern at Consulate General of Switzerland in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Part of the Bites of Transfoodmation Community
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