Gabriel Armas-CardonaInternational Fellow
Gabriel Armas-Cardona is a lawyer in New York and graduated from the New York University School of Law with a JD. His professional focus is the pragmatic application of international law and human rights norms to situations of rights abuses. Before coming to CRRC, he was a fellow at the Office of the Human Rights Defender of the Republic of Armenia. He regularly comments on the political and human rights situation on his blog. Gabriel has also done work providing legal advice to the new Government of Libya, representing victims of the CIA rendition program, and contributing to migrant welfare in El Salvador. He has a BS in astrophysics.
Gabriel’s research goals at CRRC include quantitative analysis of Armenian citizens’ trust in political institutions and views on human rights violations.