Co-editor – Southern Africa
Annelie de Man holds a Bcom LLB (UFS), LLB (UFS), LLM (UFS), European Masters` degree in Human Rights and Democratisation (EIUC) and LLD (UFS). She has worked as an intern at Human Rights Watch, Brussels; a legal researcher at the Supreme Court of Appeal, South Africa; and coordinator of the Human Rights Desk of the Institute for Reconciliation and Social Justice, UFS. Since 2016 she is the coordinator of the Advocacy Division of the Free State Centre for Human Rights. Her research focus is human rights and development; corruption; the rights-based approach to development; economic, social and cultural rights and intergenerational rights. She is also the coordinator of a master`s module in human rights and development and supervisor to master`s and doctoral students.