Clare Brown

Clare Brown provides consulting on police accountability and human rights compliance, including developing guidelines and toolkits and designing and delivering trainings. Clare is an Australian lawyer with nine years of experience in human rights, access to justice and the rule of law across East Africa, South Asia and the Middle East. She has extensive experience in conducting trainings and facilitating workshops with a wide variety of people, from police and peacekeeping troops to civil society actors and victims of international crimes. She has a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Law, Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice and Masters in International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law. She has published two articles: Sexual exploitation and abuse in conflict: an international crime? (2019) in the American University International Law Review; andICTs, Women and Conflict (2018) in the Australian Feminist Journal. She was named a Young Alumni of the Year at the University of Queensland in 2019.