Debora Kayembe

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Ms Debora Kayembe was called to the RDC Bar in September 2000. As principal of Debora Kayembe MITI, Lawyer- Linguist, she focuses on matters involving legal, Political, language issues as well as Human Rights and International Law.  

Ms Kayembe settled in the UK in 2005 and soon joined the Institutes of Translation and Interpreting. She has been a qualified member of the Institute since 2010 and qualified for five languages: French, English, Swahili, Lingala and Kikongo.

Ms Debora Kayembe joined the Assistant Counsel list of the International Criminal Court / Victim support section; she is included at the Sollicitor roll at the Barreau de Matadi / RDC; she is a qualified paralegal in civil Court practice in Scotland and a board of director member of the Scottish Refugee Council.

Areas of Interest
Full Options SCIO (also known as FullOption Charity), Bonnyrig, Midlothian
Key words
law, lingusitics, human rights, refugees, international criminal law

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Dr Nasar Meer is a Reader in Comparative Social Policy and Citizenship at Strathclyde University. His research explores how different nation-states reconcile ideas of unity with ethnic and religious diversity, with a specific focus on both race equality and Muslim identities.

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