Just Planet Team
International Criminal Law & Human Trafficking
Kathleen Maloney teaches International Criminal Law, Human Trafficking Law, and International Human Rights Law at Lewis & Clark Law School in the United States. As a professor at Willamette University's International Human Rights Clinic, she directed an initiative on Modern Day Slavery in Oregon. After practicing law in the United States, Kathleen served as a Visiting Professional at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague, working on appeals involving war crimes and victims of crimes against humanity. During the past three decades, Kathleen has worked with non-governmental organizations, advocating for gender justice, human rights, international development, and children's rights. Kathleen holds B.A. and M.A. degrees from Stanford University, a J.D. summa cum laude from University of Arizona’s College of Law, and a Master of Studies (awarded with distinction) in International Human Rights Law from the University of Oxford.
Women & Children's Rights/Indigenous Peoples/Ecocide
Zoe Craig-Sparrow is an Indigenous young woman whose community and family, the Musqueam people, have lived and learned in modern day Vancouver, Canada for thousands of years. Zoe has worked in Canada and internationally to promote the rights of women, girls, and Indigenous peoples, particularly how they relate to protection of the environment. Since the age of 12, Zoe has worked with NGOs, including representing Canadian NGOs, Justice for Girls and the David Suzuki Foundation, at the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child in 2012 and 2020. Zoe has co-authored and provided her expertise on numerous submissions to international human rights monitoring bodies and has participated in a broad range of public speaking endeavours. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of British Columbia, and also studied at Sciences Po in France and Lester B. Pearson United World College in Canada. Zoe has a Master's degree (awarded with distinction) in human rights from the University of London and is currently pursuing a PhD in human rights at the University of London.
Panos Grames brings to Just Planet two decades of communications expertise promoting social and environmental justice. His experience with indigenous peoples, local communities, municipal, provincial and federal governments, combines robust public policy analysis with engaging public campaigns. He has taken a leading role in initiatives that bridge the protection of the environment and human rights, including the impact of climate change on children's rights, and contextualizing marine conservation within the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. Panos holds a degree in International Relations from the University of British Columbia.
Human Rights & Climate Change
Annabel Webb has over 25 years of experience advocating for the rights of women and girls across a wide spectrum of social and environmental justice issues. She has brought NGO perspectives to a a range of international human rights monitoring bodies on issues concerning violence against women and girls, poverty and homelessness, children's rights in relation to climate change, indigenous rights, prisoner justice, and policing. Annabel played a key role in the first ever Human Rights Watch investigation in Canada, which exposed grave and systemic police abuses of indigenous women and girls. A frequent public speaker and guest lecturer, Annabel served as the 2009 Social Justice visiting scholar at the University of British Columbia Law School and is a David Suzuki Environmental Rights Fellow. Annabel holds degrees in psychology from the University of British Columbia, a Master of Studies (awarded with distinction) in International Human Rights Law from the University of Oxford, and is currently pursuing a PhD as a Louise Arbour Human Rights scholar at the University of London.
Transitional Justice & Modern Day Slavery
Glen Woodroffe is a British lawyer with extensive experience working domestically in the voluntary, educational and governmental sectors. Through his work with public agencies and civil society organisations, he has pioneered initiatives addressing social issues such access to education, community media, human trafficking and modern day slavery. A lecturer in law at the University of Central Lancashire, Glen specializes in criminal law, public international law, employment and discrimination law, advocacy and professional legal skills. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and a member of the Royal Society for International Affairs (Chatham House) and the Society of Legal Scholars. Glen offers expertise in transitional justice, criminal justice, international human rights law, institutional reform, as well as the international law of slavery and human trafficking. Glen holds a law degree from the University of Central Lancashire, and a Master of Studies in International Human Rights Law (awarded with distinction) University of Oxford.
Dominique Bavarel is a Geneva-based lawyer who specializes in the law of foreigners and juvenile law. He has worked on housing rights in Geneva and for the International Committee of the Red Cross in Africa and Asia. Dominique is currently the President of the Centre Suisse pour la Défense des Droits des Migrants. As a Legal Advisor at Just Planet, Dominique provides advice on Swiss law and policy in relation to NGO governance.