This article explores the international legal framework underlying economic sanctions and their efficacy as a tool of foreign policy
Noor Fatima is a Senior Research Associate at RSIL’s Lahore Office. She completed her BA Honours in Political Science and International Relations with a High Distinction from the University of Toronto in Canada and subsequently completed her Masters in Global Affairs from the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Toronto. During her graduate studies she focused on human rights and justice sector reform, particularly in transitional democracies.
Previously, Ms. Fatima has worked as a Compliance Analyst for the G7 Research Group, where she analyzed the performance of the G7 in adhering to its commitment to counter and eliminate corruption and financial crimes after the Ise-Shima Summit (2016). She later joined the Global Justice Lab as a Research Assistant, aiding clients from the Government of Nigeria in developing evaluative indicators and improving bail and remand procedures. Ms. Fatima also worked as a Capstone Consultant for the Ontario government (Canada), working on topics pertaining to the reorganization of police accountability structures and improving police oversight and outreach in the province.