She highlights positive emerging legal tools in addressing gendered violence in her chapter for The State of the World’s Girls 2014 publication by Plan International. Students in Mor’s seminar on International and Comparative Women’s Human Rights contribute legal research and analysis to organizations promoting women’s economic and social rights, including access to reproductive health services and alleviating the gendered impact of austerity measures, and U.S. obligations to tackle rape in detention.
An international human rights expert in advocacy, law reform, and litigation focused on gender justice and women’s human rights, Mor was previously acting director and clinical fellow at Georgetown Law’s International Women’s Human Rights Clinic, a global coordinator on human rights defenders with Amnesty International, and a human rights and gender specialist with the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative, based in the Middle East and Central Asia. She served as a Gender Justice Adviser in Afghanistan working with the country’s first special prosecution Unit on Violence Against Women. She holds a BA from UCLA, a Master of Science degree focused on International Development from Georgetown University, and JD and LLM degrees in advocacy and international human rights law from Georgetown Law.