Benjamin BarnardInternational Fellow
Ben holds a Master’s degree in the Theory and Practice of Human Rights from the University of Essex in the UK. His dissertation focused upon the link between human rights and climate change, investigating whether a strict adherence to the human rights movement might serve to increase emissions, particularly in developing countries. He has previously worked as a Communications Consultant, compiling reports on behalf of the British National Health Service. His research interests include: Economic, Cultural and Social Rights, Rights in Developing Countries, and Environmental Ethics.
Ben also holds a bachelor’s degree in History, Philosophy, and Genocide Studies from Brighton University in the UK. He speaks English and is currently learning Armenian.