Rights Lab Research Fellow in Antislavery Policy and Interventions
Anastasiia Kliuha works as part of the Rights Lab’s Law and Policy Programme, conducting research on policy and programming interventions to address modern slavery and the costs of eliminating forced labour. Before joining the Rights Lab, Anastasiia worked as a human rights lawyer for both the government and NGOs in Ukraine. Her professional experience is preventing torture at places of detention, both at a field level and in policy making. She is a co-author of the National strategy for the prevention of torture in the criminal justice system, which the Prosecutor General approved for Ukraine in 2021. Anastasiia is a Chevening Scholar currently studying for an LLM degree with the School of Law at the University of Nottingham.