Marina Veličković is a Visiting Fellow at the Sociology Department, Goldsmiths College. She was born in 1992 in Sarajevo. She graduated from the Faculty of Law at the University of Bristol in 2013 and obtained her LLM in Public International Law at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) in 2015. She worked for the UNDP in Sarajevo, The Office of the Prosecutor at the ICTY in The Hague and the NGO Minority Rights Group in London, and conducted research and writing projects for various NGOs in Sarajevo. She was the student director of the Human Rights Center at the University of Bristol in 2012/2013. She currently works as a freelance researcher and writer. Her research interests include: Feminist Critiques of International Criminal Law, International Criminal Law as Discourse and Critical International Legal Theory.
Her publications include: Likica: A Feminist Guide for Girls, with Lamija Begagić, (Sarajevo: Školegijum, 2016 forthcoming); '1992-1995: From the Road to War to the Road to Peace', in: S. Gavrić and M. Zagorac, eds., Women and Political Life in Post-Dayton Bosnia and Herzegovina (Sarajevo: SOC, 2015). Her work has also been published in: Školegijum, Prometej, Otvoreni Magazin, Analiziraj.ba, Libela.org.