Gorana Mlinarević

Gorana Mlinarević is a researcher in ‘The Gender of Justice’- project (Goldsmiths University London), which examines the
prosecution of sexual violence in armed conflict under international criminal law, focusing upon the International Criminal
Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. She is also a feminist activist and researcher on post-war issues and experiences affecting
women. She has taught in the areas of gender and transitional justice, feminist critique of nationalism and gender at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Studies, University of Sarajevo and Women’s Global Studies, National University of Ireland, Galway. Her interdisciplinary research focuses on the prosecution of wartime sexual violence, gender crimes and gender justice, as well as other war
and post-war issues and experiences affecting women. In addition to the feminist critique of the international criminal law, she also explores intersections and tensions between identity politics and economic and social realities of the post-war society. Since 2015 she has been actively engaged in the support of provision of humane and dignified treatment of the people on the move on the Balkan
route, and since beginning of 2018 in BiH.