My PhD journey taught me to be a CEO, project manager, head of communications and everything else all in one person.

 

I read thousands of texts, wrote half a million words, organised myself four research visits, and built an international professional network.

 

Thus, when I finished my doctorate I left with not only a book manuscript (that yes, is still waiting to be turned into an actual book), but with a skill to deliver interdisciplinary multidimensional research under a specific time frame, with an idea of how to communicate my research findings to many different audiences, and with many collaboration experiences. 

I also learned how to take chances, ask help, re-consider plans, self-motivate and accept failures. 

Should you wish to chat about doing a PhD in gender & human rights, or about organising research visits during your doctorate, read this & send me an email

2014-2018 

PhD in Law, Law Department, European University Institute​

  • PhD thesis titled “Who is the “Woman” in Human Rights Law: Narratives of Women’s Bodies and Sexuality in Reproduction Jurisprudence”

  • Research visits during the PhD  

01-04/2018 Women’s Link Worldwide, Madrid

09-12/2017 Centre for Cultures of Reproduction, Technologies and Health, Sussex University

04-06/2017 Reproductive Sociology Research Group, Cambridge University

06-08/2015 FXB Center for Health and Human Rights, Harvard University

 

2012-2013

LLM in International Legal Studies, Georgetown University Law Center, Fulbright scholar 

 

2010-2011

LLM in Public International Law, Oslo University

 

2007-2010

Bachelor of Social Sciences, Law Department, Tartu University