Namra Zulfiqar is a senior at Yale College studying Political Science. Her focus is on global human rights atrocities and international development. She's researched human rights abuses in Jammu and Kashmir at the Lowenstein Human Rights Clinic, arbitrary detention of human rights activists detained in the Middle East at Democracy for the Arab World Now (DAWN), and barriers to economic development after the transition to democracy in Tunisia at the Middle East Investment Initiative. On-campus, she leads projects at the Lowenstein Human Rights Clinic, is a member of the Steering Committee for Y2Y New Haven, serves on the Title IX Undergraduate Advisory Board, and is on the board of Yale Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA). She's also currently working with the Oxbridge Human Development Research Group and UNHCR Geneva to research recent developments in international human trafficking law.