Research Fellow, Munk School of Global Affairs
315 Bloor Street West, room 210
Mark Kersten is a postgraduate researcher, teacher and international criminal justice consultant based at the Munk School of Global Affairs. His research focuses on the effects of judicial interventions by the International Criminal Court (ICC) on conflict, peace, and justice processes, the relationship between the BRICS and the ICC, and the nexus between social media and mass atrocity prevention. In 2011, Mark founded the blog Justice in Conflict, which regularly publishes articles on the challenges of pursuing transitional justice in the context of ongoing violent political conflicts. He has taught courses on genocide studies, the politics of international law, diplomacy, and conflict and peace studies at the London School of Economics and SOAS. In addition, Mark is the Director of Research for the Wayamo Foundation, and has previously been a Research Associate at the Refugee Law Project in Uganda and as well as a researcher at Justice Africa in London.