Nobukhosi Zulu

Human Rights, Feminist Legal Practices and Gender and the law practitioner
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Nobukhosi Zulu is a Human Rights, Feminist Legal Practices and Gender and the law practitioner

Nobukhosi a passionate human rights defender. Professionally trained as a lawyer, Nobukhosi has worked in broad human rights areas including refugee and migrant law, gender and human rights, access to and protection of information, feminist legal theory adn decolonisation of the law.

She holds an LLB from UKZN and a dual LLM from UCLA specialising in International and Comparative Law as well Public Interest Law and Policy. Nobukhosi has worked as law clinic manager focusing on accessing information and the digitisation of public information, she was director of a human rights legal clinic in rural South Africa focusing on gender based violence and access to justice, and has worked as the knowledge production manager for an international feminist organisation that specialised on strengthening litigation skills across Africa.

Nobukhosi is currently pursuing her PhD studies focusing on gender, human rights and technology.