Isis currently works with RWI’s human rights capacity development programme for Zimbabwe. She has also assisted in the institute’s research on the nexus between corruption and human rights, as well as on the linkages between human rights cities and the sustainable development goals.
Prior to joining RWI, Isis was a Blue Book trainee at the European Commission and an intern at the United Nations. She has been working with human rights since 2012, having volunteered and worked for NGOs in Brazil and Denmark. Isis holds a Master’s degree in Asian Studies from Lund University, Sweden and a Bachelor degree in International Relations from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, Brazil.