I am Associate Professor in Public Law and Human Rights. My research evolves around human rights from different angles: constitutional law theory, critical legal theory, critical human rights theory, and recently from teaching and learning in higher and critical pedagogy. I have written about equality and non-discrimination, minority rights, human rights of women and on what human rights as a system require of the state organisation. My recent projects concern an emerging profession in Sweden - the human rights profession - and, as an educator, academic Human Rights Education. A strand of my reserach highlights the situation of students with accessibility needs, and in particular the academic scholarship approach to accommodation and support and to universal design for learning. I am am member of the Collegium for Human Rights Research at Malmö University.

I have worked as head of department 2007-2019 - at the Faculty of Education and Society, Malmö University; at the Swedish Equality Ombudsman; at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, and at the Unit for Pedagogical Support here at the University just recently.

From 2021 I work as Associate Professor concentrating on research, and teaching. I take part in an International Master in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, with the aim at combining Human Rights Law and pedagogy in a way consistent with my experiences as international expert in development cooperation at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute and from various assignments as educator for Swedish government officials. The master degree is due 2024.

Currently I am involved in or head a number of courses at the Faculty within the teacher education programmes, concerning on pedagogical leadership, social relations and conflict prevention, and scientific method and proven experience. I lecture in most teacher training programs at Malmö University on the Convention on the Rights of the Child.