Katharina Behmer is currently employed as research associate at the Institute for International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict. Her PhD project is on “Global Norms and Local Interactions in Post-Conflict Settings: A Case Study on Gender in the Cambodian Transitional Justice Process”. She studied in Berlin, Frankfurt (Oder), Granada and Bochum, and holds a B.A. in Cultural Studies (2007) from the Europa-University Vi-adrina Frankfurt (Oder) and an M.A. in Social Science (2012) from Ruhr-University Bochum. Since 2012 she is a lecturer in the NOHA Master Program in International Humanitarian Action. Her research focuses on the study of international norms in global governance, gender in humanitarian action and transitional justice.