Katrien Klep is an assistant professor at the Child Law department. She has studied international human rights law and cultural anthropology and has worked on the anthropological analysis of transitional justice instruments, such as truth commissions and memorialisation. Her current research interests look into the right to education, Children’s Rights Cities, and refugee children. Moreover, she has a keen interest in research methods and seeks to enhance legal research with anthropological methodology.
Katrien Klep is also a lecturer in several courses of the Master of Laws: Advanced Studies in International Children's Rights and in the Summer School ‘Frontiers of Children’s Rights’.