|Humanitarian Law & Policy:
Children in Armed Conflict, Gender and Protection, Human Rights in Armed Conflict, International Humanitarian Law
Sabine Saliba Boutruche, currently Programme Manager at Child Rights International Network (CRIN), a London based NGO, holds a Law degree and an MA in International Law. She is an expert in Children's Rights and has been working on child rights issues for the past six years at the local level in Lebanon, regionally for the Middle East and North Africa region with Save the Children, and internationally with CRIN. She previously worked at the ILO and as a consultant for various institutions including Parliamentarians for Global Action and Small Arms Survey.
Sabine is also a member of the Executive Committee of Child Rights Connect - formerly the NGO Group for the CRC, a Geneva based NGO.
Besides strategic and policy planning as part of the Senior Management Team at CRIN, Sabine coordinates CRIN's work on children and armed conflict, the UN and Rights Based Programming.