Penny Green is Professor of Law and Globalisation and Head of the Law School at Queen Mary University of London. Professor Green has published eleven books and numerous articles. She has published extensively on state crime theory (including her monographs with Tony Ward, State Crime: Governments, Violence and Corruption 2004 and State crime and Civil Activism: on the dialectics of repression and resistance 2019), genocide, state violence, Turkish criminal justice and politics, ‘natural’ disasters, mass expulsions and resistance to state violence. She has a long track record of researching in hostile environments and her most recent projects include a comparative study of civil society resistance to state crime in Turkey, Tunisia, Colombia, PNG, Kenya and Myanmar; forced evictions in Palestine/Israel and Myanmar’s genocide against the Rohingya.