Fatou Kiné Camara is an Associate Professor of Law at the Faculty of Law and Politics, Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar in Senegal. She has also lectured and trained at the Centre for Arbitration, Mediation and Conciliation of Dakar and the Judicial Training Centre of Dakar. Associate Professor Camara has been a visiting scholar and lecture at the University Gaston Berger of Saint-Louis, the University of the Pacific, Mc George School of Law and the University of Buenos Aires
Associate Professor Camara completed degrees in Law, Private Law, International and European Law and International Law at the Paris II- Panthéon, Assas University. She also received a certificate of proficiency in English, grade A from the University of Cambridge and completed her PhD in Law at Cheikh Anta Diop University. She was awarded the Human Rights Prize for the Jubilee of 50 years of African states’ independence in 2010.
She is fluent in three languages and has published widely in both English and French, including book chapters and journal articles. She is currently working on ‘The issue of gender parity in the African Union Women’s Protocol’, a piece for Black Women and Internal Law: New Theory, Old Praxis, Essays in Honor of Gabrielle Kirk MaDonald (edited by Jeremy I. Levitt, to be published by Cambridge University Press). Associate Professor Camara has also been invited to give presentations around the world, including the United States of America, Australia, Mali, Namibia, China, Canada, Italy and Botswana.