Ndjodi Ndeunyema

Ndjodi has been appointed as the Research Director of the OHRH. Ndjodi is a DPhil in Law student looking into the justiciability right to water under the Namibian Constitution and international law. He brings extensive experience in human rights issues which he has researched in Oxford and beyond. Ndjodi previously served as Research Officer of Oxford Pro Bono Publico, was a legal intern at the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights in Arusha, Tanzania, and has worked as an Assistant at the University of Lucerne Human Right Academy summer school over the last four years.

As Research Director, Ndjodi will amongst others form part of the editorial board of the soon to be launched University of Oxford Human Rights Hub Journal which he has been working to establish as a free access online and print-on-demand journal with a focus on comparative human rights law and Global South perspectives. This builds upon Ndjodi’s current role as Editor of the Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal for the last over two years.