Nupur  Prakash

Nupur Prakash

Gender and Law Analysts at the International Development Law Organization (IDLO)

Nupur Prakash is a Gender and Law Analysts at the International Development Law Organization. She is an India qualified lawyer with over six years' experience in international human rights law, women’s rights, and international criminal law. Her expertise includes providing technical knowledge to the design and implementation of various rule of law initiatives ensuring the integration of gender equality objectives. Substantives areas of work include sexual and gender-based violence, women’s participation in the justice sector, gender - responsive judiciary, including maintaining the centrality of the Sustainable Development Goals on Gender equality and Peaceful and Inclusive Societies in achieving Agenda 2030. At IDLO, she has also contributed to the development of the Justice for Women Amidst Covid - 19 Report (2020), Justice for Women Report (2019) and Report on Women Delivering Justice (2018). Previously, she has also worked at the Office of the Prosecutor for the Ayyash et al. case at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon and at the Appeals Chamber for the Prlic et al. case at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. Nupur holds a BLS.LLB from Government Law College, University of Mumbai and a LLM in International and Comparative Law from the George Washington University Law School.