A conversation with Katherine Southwick, a consultant adviser on Atrocity Prevention project at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum

Katherine Southwick is a consultant adviser on Atrocity Prevention project at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum on the role of domestic criminal justice systems in atrocity prevention. She previously worked for over a decade on human rights, statelessness, and legal reform in Africa, Asia, and the Pacific Islands. She worked for the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) in Washington DC and the Philippines on programs relating to judicial reform and the ASEAN human rights system. As a research fellow at Refugees International, she conducted research and advocacy on the global problem of statelessness. She has clerked