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GR&AP Staff

Dianne Hubbard, Coordinator, Gender Research & Advocacy Project (bio)

Felix Lueth Legal consultant (bio)

Yolande Engelbrecht, Paralegal (bio)

Ruth Murangi, Project Assistant

Assisted by the following volunteers:
none at the moment


Dianne Hubbard
Coordinator, Gender Research & Advocacy Project (GR&AP)
Dianne has been the Coordinator of the GR&AP since it was established in 1993. She has degrees in English Literature from the University of North Carolina in the USA and the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa, as well as a law degree with honours from Harvard Law School in the USA. She is listed in the 'A-Z of Political Personalities' in the Guide to Namibian Politics. Dianne serves on the board of trustees for Sister Namibia and Ombetje Yehinga.

Felix Lueth
Legal Consultant
Felix completed an internship with GR&AP in 2014 and continues to assist LAC form time to time as a volunteer consultant. He has assisted the LAC primarily on issues of public international law (in particular the application of international law in Namibia) and constitutional and human rights law in the broader context of gender, discrimination and minority rights. Felix has studied law in Germany (Freiburg, Berlin) and Switzerland (Geneva). Currently, he is pursuing a PhD in international law at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID) and works as a legal adviser at Civitas Maxima, an organization providing independent legal representation to victims of war crimes and crimes against humanity based in Geneva, Switzerland.

Yolande Engelbrecht

Yolande joined the LAC's Gender department in February 2009 as a Project Assistant and was promoted to a Paralegal post in July 2009. She is planning to enroll for a law degree with Unisa in 2010.