Loren Persi Vicentic

ICBL-CMC

Loren Persi is the casualties and victim assistance research coordinator. He has been conducting research with the Monitor for 15 years and worked on victim assistance since 2004.

Persi holds a double degree in Development Studies and Asian societies at the Australian National University and a Master of Political Science (Peace Studies) from the University of Belgrade. He has previously worked as a research consultant with the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights on global conflict casualty recording, with UNDP in South East Europe on regional small arms control, Handicap International on victims’ rights and disarmament advocacy, and with Standing Tall Australia on the legislation and implementation of victim assistance.

Location: Belgrade, Serbia
Languages: English, Czech