In my role as director of the Cornell International Human Rights Clinic, I have supervised numerous human rights reports aimed at improving law and policy relating to vulnerable groups. The topics of the report include surrogacy in India and the United States, women prisoners in Argentina and the United States, and indigenous people in Argentina and Ecuador. The reports have been cited in New York Times, Slate, and Washington Post. Click the report below to read the report:
Death by Paperwork: Determination of Citizenship and Detention of Alleged Foreigners in Assam (with National University of Juridical Sciences and Cornell Law School), July 2021.
Dirty Practices for Clean Energy: Indigenous Communities Gain no Benefits and Suffer Decades of Harms from the Salvajina Dam in Cauca, Colombia (with the Cornell International Human Rights Clinic: Policy Advocacy and NOMADESC: The Association for Social Research and Action), June 2019.
Should Compensated Surrogacy Be Permitted or Prohibited? Policy Report Evaluating the New York Child-Parent Security Act of 2017 that Would Permit Enforceable and Compensated Surrogacy (with the Cornell International Human Rights: Policy Advocacy Clinic and the National Law University-Delhi), September 2017.
India’s Human Trafficking Laws and Policies and the UN Trafficking Protocol: Achieving Clarity (with the University of Chicago Law School and Jindal Global Law School), February 2015.
From Protection to Punishment, Post-Conviction Barriers to Justice for Domestic Violence Survivor-Defendants in New York State (co-edited with Elizabeth Brundige and Tamar Kraft-Stolar), June 2011.
Combating Acid Violence in Cambodia, India, and Bangladesh (co-edited with Jocelyn Getgen), January 2011.
The Right to Education of Afro-descendants and Indigenous Communities in the Americas (co-edited with Marselha Goncalves Margerin, Deena Hurwitz, and Fernanda Katz Elleneberg), March 2008.