Gino Pauselli

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Ph.D. Student in International RelationsPost-Doctoral Fellow at Niehaus Center, Princeton University

Gino Pauselli is a PhD candidate in Political Science and Master's candidate in Statistics. His research examines how multiple actors contribute to human rights progress and backlash around the world. In his dissertation, he studies how criticism from states leads to the expansion and contraction of rights granted to the LGBT community. In another set of projects, he explores the role of NGOs in the promotion and protection of human rights in the Inter-American human rights system, how rising powers shift states' preferences toward human rights, and how anxieties about territorial sovereignty negatively affect the enjoyment of basic human rights. His work has been published or is forthcoming in International Studies Quarterly, PS: Political Science & Politics, and Latin American Politics and Society.

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