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Samane Hemmat

Samane Hemmat is a Ph.D. candidate studying religious freedom and international development policy at Osgoode Hall Law School. 

Samane Hemmat is a Ph.D. candidate studying religious freedom and international development policy at Osgoode Hall Law School. Her research areas include international religious freedom programming, extractive industry, and infrastructure project impacts on indigenous and community land drawing from the fields of development policy and international relations. She has a Masters in Public International Law from Georgetown University and worked as a Research Analyst at the Social Development Unit of the World Bank in India before beginning her Ph.D. at Osgoode.

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