Articles by Gabriela Patricia García García

November 17, 2022

📐Turkey shows us why it's hard to resist human rights violations through the courts

Gabriela Patricia García García
Human rights organisations in Turkey face a predicament. In using the law to confront human rights violations by the government, they then experience those violations themselves. Legal mobilisation against democratic backsliding has its limits, argues Gabriela García García
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Gabriela Patricia García García
Lecturer in Security Studies and IR, Department of Social and Political Sciences, Philosophy, and Anthropology, University of Exeter

Gabriela completed her PhD in Politics and IR at the University of Aberdeen, where she also worked as a Research and Teaching Fellow.

She was also Impact Coordinator at the University of Aberdeen's Centre for Citizenship, Civil Society and Rule of Law (CISRUL).

Gabriela has a background as a legal practitioner, and experience working with civil society organisations.

Her research interests are forced migration, security studies, migrant integration and inclusion, and politics in the Global South.

She tweets @GabyGarciaGG13

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