B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) (RGNUL, Punjab);
LL.M. (London School of Economics, London)
Kanika Jamwal has completed her Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Public International Law at the London School Economics and Political Science. Her research interests include climate change, rainwater harvesting, transnational environmental law, and international criminal law. She was a research assistant to Dr. Stellina Jolly for her book, Climate Refugees in South Asia (forthcoming, February 2019). Recently, she completed a research on Tenets of Sikhism, IHL and Environmental Protection, conducted by Centre for Advanced Studies in International Humanitarian Law at RGNUL, in collaboration with Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee, New Delhi and supported by the International Committee for Red Cross (ICRC), Regional Delegation at New Delhi.
During her internship at the Centre of Environment Education, she worked in their Swachhagraha (Youth) initiative. The programme focused on cleanliness and waste management while promoting sustainable living. She visited colleges and assisted in conducting behavioural change activities for the youth.