– Criminal Law
– EU Law
– International Human Rights Law
Ms. Miracle Chinwenmeri Uche is a Doctoral candidate at the School of Law, University of Essex and the Founder and Board Chairperson of Stichting Unity in Diversity in The Netherlands and Nigeria. Her doctoral research aims at answering the question as to whether a new approach to the interpretation and application of the principle of complementarity can more effectively aid the International Criminal Court (ICC) in delivering victim-oriented justice to victims of international crimes. With her thesis, Miracle hopes to propose a more effective approach to the complementarity framework of the ICC which promotes victim-oriented justice at the ICC and across States Parties to the Rome Statute.
Prior to joining the Institute of Law, Jersey, Miracle worked as an Assistant Lecturer at the University of Essex, where she taught Law of the European, and has also independently taught Criminal Law of England and Wales to undergraduate students at the University of Essex International College.
Miracle has also worked on refugees and communities’ integration in The Netherlands since 2016 and has pioneered several humanitarian projects in Europe and Nigeria. Between 2015 and 2017 She worked with the Prosecution Division and the Legal Representatives for Victims at the International Criminal Court and the Special Tribunal for Lebanon respectively. Miracle holds an LLB from Girne American University Cyprus, an LLM from Leiden University in The Netherlands, a Diploma and a certificate in international human rights studies from Abo Akademi University, Finland and Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania, respectively.
Miracle particularly enjoys teaching and coaching students, organizing and implementing different kinds of projects, events, and competitions.