Anastasiia Vorobiova, LLM

Anastasiia Vorobiova, LLM
Anastasiia Vorobiova, LLM

assistant professor

Anastasiia Vorobiova, LLM



Research assistant at the Institute of Legal Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences (INP PAN). Ms. Vorobiova holds LLM degree in International Human Rights Law from Lund University (2021); LLM and BA from the National University Odesa Law Academy (2018 and 2016 respectively) and MA in English Language and Literature from the Odesa National I. I. Mechnikov University (2017).

In her LLM thesis Ms. Vorobiova  examined ongoing militarization of education in the occupied Crimea and its implications within the international humanitarian and human rights law frameworks. She is intended to further this research within the MEMOCRACY project and focus on the WWII memory aspect of such policies. Her research interests also include international criminal justice and accountability issues.

Ms. Vorobiova had previously assisted in collecting factual materials and conducting legal analysis for the Global Rights Compliance project “International Law and defining Russia’s involvement in Crimea and Donbas”. She had also participated in preparation of thematic report for the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law cooperation with academic institutions of Belarus in teaching gender and law courses.

Ms. Vorobiova is a recipient of the Swedish Institute Scholarship for Global Professionals and alumni of the Swedish Institute Network for Future Global Leaders.

Main research areas:

  • international humanitarian
  • human rights law,
  • memory law,
  • international criminal justice and accountability issues.

Selected works:

  • Vorobiova A. “The Children of ‘Crimean Spring’ and the Right to Education under Belligerent Occupation”, <>

Blog posts:

  • Воробйова А. “Нічого для нас і про нас без нас”. Чому важливо залучати внутрішньо переміщених осіб до діалогу. 26 травня 2021 (укр.) <>
  • Vorobiova A. (26 May 2021) “Nothing for us and about us without us.” Why it is important to include internally displaced persons in dialogue (in UKR). 

Journal articles:

  • Vorobiova A. (March 2021) “No paper – no man: how armed conflict in Ukraine paves new roads to statelessness”. Jus Humanis Journal, (4), 94. Retrieved from


  • Kandrichina I., Vorobiova A. et al (27 May 2020). Gender and Law: First Experience of Teaching in Belarus. Lund; Raoul Wallenberg Institute. Retrieved from