Quman Akli, LL.M.

Research Fellow (Sub-Saharan Africa)

Project Activities

Somalia, South Sudan

Other Activities and Research Interests

Legal Pluralism, Refugees and Migrants’ Rights, Public International Law, Good Governance and Democratisation, Rule of Law and Security Sector Reform

Professional and Academic Background

Since 11/2014 Research Fellow, Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and the Rule of Law

1/2014  9/2014 Project Coordinator Somaliland Justice Sector Project, Horizon Institute (Somaliland)

11/2013  12/2013 Researcher, Political Economy Study on Public Financial Management & Civil Service Reform, DFiD (Somaliland)

10/2013  11/2013 Communications Expert, Mott McDonald, Somaliland Development Fund (Somaliland)

5/2013  6/2013 Consultant Advisor Justice Sector Project, RVI/DFiD (Somaliland)

2/2013  5/2013 Consultant Researcher Justice Sector Reform, RVI/DFiD (Somaliland)

9/2012  1/2013 Researcher Mapping Perceptions on Security in Somalia, Human Digital, London (United Kingdom)

7/2012  8/2012 Intensive Course on the Law of the Sea, UN Tribunal for the Law of the Sea/IFLOS Hamburg (Germany)

9/2011  11/2011 Consultant Researcher, Amnesty International, Refugee & Migrants’ Rights Team, London (United Kingdom)

12/2010  9/2011 Intern, Amnesty International, Refugee & Migrants’ Rights Team, London (United Kingdom)

6/2010 & 10/2012 International Election Observer, Somaliland Presidential Elections & Somaliland Local Elections

9/2009 – 9/2010 Master of Laws (LL.M.) Public International Law, University College London (United Kingdom)

1/2007  6/2007 Work placement as Part of LL.B. Degree, Treasury Solicitors, London, United Kingdom

6/2005  12/2005 Work placement as Part of LL.B. Degree, Matrix Chambers, London, United Kingdom

9/2004 – 9/2008 Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) Brunel University West London, United Kingdom