Ana Srovin Coralli

Ana Srovin Coralli

Adjunct Faculty


Ana Srovin Coralli is a dedicated scholar and practitioner in the field of international law, with a particular focus on human rights and humanitarian law. Currently pursuing a Ph.D. in International Law at the Geneva Graduate Institute, Ana holds a Master’s degree in International Law from the same institution.

Ana’s academic pursuits have enabled her to delve into important topics within the realm of international law. Her master’s thesis explored the retroactive application of criminal legislation in enforced disappearance cases, providing valuable insights into the approach taken by Bosnia and Herzegovina. Prior to her master’s studies, Ana completed a Bachelor’s degree in Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Ljubljana in Slovenia.

Alongside her academic pursuits, Ana has actively contributed to the field through her practical experiences. She has worked as a Missing Migrants Officer at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Geneva, where she contributed to a report on missing migrants in Africa. Ana has also served as a consultant for a study on increasing accountability and preventing enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings in Mexico, Nepal, the Gambia, and beyond.

Ana’s commitment to promoting human rights is evident in her research and publications. She has authored and co-authored numerous articles and working papers on various topics, including criminal omissions, the search for victims of enforced disappearance, and the intersection of international law and human rights.