Katarina Uhalova

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Katarina Uhalova is currently a Juris Doctor (JD) candidate at the University of Ottawa's Faculty of Law, where she concentrates on International Law. She holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in International Relations/Comparative Politics from Kean University, where she also studied History and Global Studies. Following her first year of law, she served as a legal fellow for the International Criminal Law and Human Rights Initiative in Warsaw, Poland. Prior to law school, Katarina was a Public Policy and International Affairs Fellow at Carnegie Mellon University. She speaks English, Slovak, Czech, Polish, and German.

Funding of the International Criminal Court

9 Décembre 2013

  The 12th session of the Assembly of the States Parties to the Rome Statute (ASP) achieved its goals and was successfully concluded on 28 November 2013 in The Hague. The adopted resolutions...

Member State Inputs on the Financial Management and Funding of the...

27 Novembre 2013

  For this blog entry, I reflect on the first couple days of Plenary Session at the 12th Assembly of the States Parties (ASP) in The Hague.  During the first two days, various States considered the...

The Financial Challenges of the International Criminal Court

14 Novembre 2013

  In this blog, I provide perspective on the International Criminal Court’s financial and budgeting challenges. As the 12th Session of the Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute (ASP)...